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Fiano di Avellino is produced from the homonymous vine, brought to Italy by the Greeks. Its cradle is believed to have been Lapio, a small town in Irpinia at 600 meters above sea level. Fiano was also known as Vìtis Apiana for the sweetness of its berries so appreciated by bees.  Refiano is a wine that enhances the finesse and elegance of Fiano. It has a remarkable balance between amplitude, minerality and a delicate floral and fruity bouquet.

Contiene solfiti, Contains Sulfites, Enthält Sulfite, Contient des sulfites, Bevat Sulfieten, Indeholder Sulfitter, Innehaller Sulfiter

Grape variety: 100% Fiano.

Production area: Vineyards located in the hilly areas of the municipalities of Lapio, Montefredane and Montefalcione.

Type of soil: From marly to calcareous with many volcanic elements.

Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand and after a careful selection in the cellar, they are pressed whole. The must is cold clarified and fermentation is carried out at low temperature. After fermentation, the wine ages on its fine lees and then in the bottle.

Organoleptic characteristics

Color: Crystalline, straw yellow with bright reflections. 

Bouquet: The nose is delicate with hints of white flowers and acacia, peach and pear. Mineral notes that then leave room for fresh herbs on a background of Mediterranean scrub. Over the years, notes of honey and dried fruit, such as almonds and hazelnuts, and not es of hydrocarbons will develop.

Taste: Fine, ample and fruity. Great drinkability, with a good minerality and a good freshness, with floral and fruity aromas that return to the retro nasal passages. Intense, persistent and elegant.

Food pairings: Ideal with dishes based on seafood and shellfish, seafood salad, vegetable flan and legume soups, tempura, tasty broths and delicate first courses. Serve at a temperature of 10-12° C.

Longevity: 15 YEARS