DULCIS

Denomination: DOC Sannio Fiano – Area: Casalduni – Guardia Sanframondi – Grapes: Fiano 100% – Soil: clay – Altitude: 420 mt. s.l.m. average of the vineyards – Exposure: south / southeast – Training system: Guyot 4000 vines per hectare – Production: 75 ql./ha – Harvest period: late September, early October – Harvest: manual, in boxes – Vinification: pressing cold soft pressing of whole grapes and fermentation of the clean must at a constant temperature of 16 ° C – srvizio Temperature: 12 ° – 14 ° C

Background

The presence of Fiano in Campania seems very old, as proven by numerous studies and by the blossoming of multiple hypotheses about the etymology of his name. In fact, according to some authors the term “Fiano” derives from the ancient “apiane” grapes, quoted by Columella and Pliny. In recent years, Fiano has found its use and dissemination in the Sannio, which is part of the ampelographic composition of the wine DOC Sannio.

Serving suggestions: This wine Fiano Doc and ‘a white wine that goes well with appetizers and snacks in particular. Its harmonious flavor is perfect to savor dishes such as seafood grilled, sauced shrimp, octopus Neapolitan, pasta with fish sauce and vegetables, fine sea fish baked turbot fillets in wine with white truffles, young cheeses.