Fiano del Salento
Indicazione Geografica Protetta
The Fiano white grape variety has very ancient origins and like many of the varieties indigenous to Southern Italy, it must have migrated originally from Greece. Its introduction into Puglia and Basilicata dates back to the 1200s (hence the name Fiano ’200), when Charles the II of Anjou ordered the delivery of thousands of plants from Cava de’ Tirreni to Manfredonia.
districts in the provinces of Taranto and Brindisi.
First and second ten days in August.
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Intense straw colour, it develops fine perfumes to the toasted hazelnut, white fruits such ad pear and
sweet spices. On the palate is structered, aromatic and persistent, expressing an overall opinion very positive, complex and of considerable importance even at international level.
These wines deserve important pairing such as shellfish, seafood or the great pasta with seafood as the tasty reef spaghetti. It great even with soft cheeses and white meat.