The Fiano grapes are sourced from: Montefredane (where the vines are grown in hard and chalky soils), and San Michele di Serino in Contrada Bosco Satrano, surrounding the winery. This second area is sub-divided into 4 estates (largely consisting of clay soils): Lapio, Contrada Arianiello, and Contrada Campore. After harvesting in early October , the whole bunches are pressed, and the resulting juice is fermented and refined in stainless steel.
A fresh and complex white - delicately floral with lifted, lightly spicy, citrus and pear aromas. The palate is ripe and textural with stony, mineral characters balanced by pear and stone fruit flavours, with a bitter lemon edge and a slight salty tang on the finish.
Fish dishes and seafood pasta