This is very Italian. Floral, doughy, clean, a hint of refreshing bitterness. At first glance you might dismiss it but there is a lot happening in the glass. Perfect with kingfish and a sunny day. Drink over the next year.
A family Estate in Campania. Their first commercial release was in 1998 after the third generation took the grape quality to a level that the family had not achieved before. With 120 hectare to work with there is scope to make a lot of great wine.
Campania – One of the truly great regions of the South and steeped in wine history. Fiano di Avellino, Sannio, Taurasi and Greco di Tufo are all appellations that should be household names as they were in the distant past. These sun baked vineyards offer so much to wine lovers.
Falanghina – An ancient white grape grown in the Southern Italian region of Campania. Known for making a bold, textural and slightly bitter white wine. A great food wine.