Fiano is one of the oldest native and famous grape in Campania, whose origins are traced back even to the time of the Phoenicians.

Fiano is one of the oldest native and famous grape in Campania, whose origins are traced back even to the time of the Phoenicians.

Columella and Pliny the Elder in his “Naturalis Historia” wrote of grapes “apiana”, so sweet as to attract bees, hence the name would presumably derived.

A very strong and resistant grape, grown in Irpinia since long time, the wine is the most beloved white and known in Italy and worldwide for its natural elegance.

DOCG since 2003, this wine is also widely known for its aging capacity as well as a versatile food pairing, from the most delicate dishes to the most complex. Especially fish-based main courses. In fact, this wine is full bodied, differently from most whites.

Sertura Fiano di Avellino is a wine made from grapes Fiano 100%, by soft crushing, fermented for 21-25 days at controlled temperature between 15 and 18 °C.

Its color is straw yellow with greenish reflections, with a fruity bouquet of pear and green apple, fresh and persistent.

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