5 g/l min.
Farming of the Grapes:This wine is made from grapes grown in limestone-clay soils at an altitude of 150 – 350 m.a.s.l. in the area of Solopaca located on the slopes of the Regional Park Taburno-Camposauro. An espalier farming system is employed giving a yield of 80 qq/ha from vines with an average age of between 5 and 15 years. The harvest takes place in the second half of September.
Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand and conferred to the winery; there follows the de-stemming and soft pressing of the grapes. The wine is made using the technique of cryo-maceration with fermentation taking place in stainless steel tanks for about 15 days at a controlled temperature. The product is bottled during the month of March.
Features and Combinations: The Fiano grape is one of the oldest and most typical varieties of the Italian region of Campania. This wine has a straw yellow color, with fruity, floral fragrances and hints of wild grass. The taste is dry and balanced. It goes well with appetizers and fish starter courses, white meat and pasta. Serving temperature: 9-10 Â° C.