Regional Series Fiano Hunter Valley 2019

As lovers of Italian wines styles, we are very excited about our first Italian white. Fiano originates in Campania and is also widely grown in Sicily.
A fresh, rich white showing peach and citrus characteristics. The palate is opulent, with beautifully integrated textural phenolics. The wine has similarities to a dry, pear cider, without the fizz. The acidity ‘duck tails’ on the finish coming in tight and crisp leaving the palate clean and dry.
This wine is made to be enjoyed in its youth. Drink while young.
Keeping within the region of Campania, Fiano is a fantastic match to slightly acidic dishes like tomato-based pastas. None are more famous from the south of Italy than Puttanesca. Buon Appetito.

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