The grapes of this Fiano are grown on limestone-rich soils near the Ionian Sea. The soil, cooling breezes and warmth of Puglia contribute to deliver this thirst-quenching wine. Aromas of nectarines, honeysuckle, tropical fruit and almonds combine with floral notes on the nose. The palate is round and crisp, with a twist on the finish that makes it just delicious.
"The Fiano grape can be so enticing with its subtle honeysuckle, nectarine and almond notes. Ripened in the luminous sunshine of Puglia, the heel of Italy.
It is hard to imagine a more exciting or varied wine-producing country than Italy. With a vibrant winemaking history spanning over 2,000 years, and vineyards stretching from the Alps through the Appenine mountains to Sicily, the Italian peninsula is home to an enormous range of climates, topographies and soil typeshosting hundreds of distinctive grapes unique to Italy.