This wine undergoes simple stainless-steel fermentation and maturation in the cellar. Destemmed and crushed in chilled morning air, it’s left to soak on its skins for a bit before a delicate basket pressing. It proceeds untouched through alcoholic and partial malolactic fermentation, then filtered and bottled in mid February.
Despite its striking golden yellow colour, this is a rich and elegant style of Fiano. The nose has gentle white peach and lemon aromatics. The palate shows great weight and texture with a fresh leesy character. Stonefruit and starfruit flavours combine well with riper honey notes. It finishes fresh and long. A delicious wine.
Calamari, seafood and vegetable pasta dishes.