Fiano di Avellino
Fiano di Avellino is one of the most prestigious and important wines of the Campania region. As the name suggests, the production area is confined to a few municipalities in the province of Avellino and derives from the grape variety of the same name, which is considered one of the noblest white grapes in Italy and was already renowned and appreciated in Greek and Roman times. There are various hypotheses about its origin: the most reliable one is that it was imported from the Peloponnese, in ancient Apia, from which it would have taken the name "uva apiana". According to recent studies, its bouquet comprises of 39 different scent peaks, confirming it as a real southern Italian treasure due to its unmistakable organoleptic characteristics: fruity scents of pear, apple and hazelnut, and a distinct freshness that is seasoned by a light breeze of Mediterranean flavour.
A white wine with a fresh and savory length that is aged for 10 months in steel. The nose reveals notes of broom, almond, exotic fruit, aromatic herbs and acacia honey. The mouthfeel has a good mineral and marine matrix, of considerable tension and pleasant aromatic intensity