Fiano Sannio DOP
Only from hillside vineyards with good exposure present along the hilly valleys of the province of Avellino. The Fiano vineyards, composed of an average of 3000 vines per hectare and yield of 80 quintals / hectare, are cultivated in clay and limestone soils. The vines cling to clay, sandy or limestone rocks.
Province of Benevento – vine cultivated in clayey and calcareous soils of medium hill.
Fiano is linked to the name “hay” due to the aromatic resemblance of the vine with the smell left by the hay during shredding.
Grape: 100% Fiano
The harvest takes place in the first ten days of October, the vinification is about 25 days at a controlled temperature between 12/14 ° C
Visual examination: straw yellow with greenish reflections.
Olfactory test: pleasant herbaceous aroma.
Taste test: well balanced.
Pairings: well suited to traditional mountain dishes: risotto with porcini mushrooms, rabbit alla cacciatora, grilled chicken.
Alcohol 12.5% vol.
Serving temperature 10 ° C.