[note for Fiano Bowland Vineyard, 2020 (sorry couldn’t find the correct entry] 25 cases made, 10 months fermentation in neutral barrel (228L). Full malo. Golden hue with green tints slightly hazy. Beautifully round texture. Meyer lemon, sweet pear drop, lemon Meringue pie, stone fruits - peach white apricot, hints of fresh pineapple (and pineapple candy) elevated acidity, long finish. — 2 days ago
Basilicata is a mountainous region in southern Italy, where you’ll find the majestic Mount Vulture, an inactive volcano, which is home to some of Basilicata’s best-known wines made from the Aglianico variety, a dark, thick-skinned variety.
Yet here we have a luscious white wine made with 50% Greco and 50% Fiano varieties offering a concentrated intensity of floral, white blossom, guava, passion fruit, melon, and mango aromas and flavors that will knock your socks off.
This wine is refreshing and easy-drinking. It would be an excellent solo sipper or complementary pairing with a variety of seafood dishes.
Vigneti del Vulture was founded in 2009 with an aim of producing wines from indigenous varieties, made in an internationally-appealing and accessible style. This lovely wine hits the mark.
Vigneti del Vulture, Pipoli Basilicata Greco-Fiano (2019). ABV 12.5%. — 13 days ago
Wonderful simplicity. Almond, pear, crisp, clean. — 12 days ago
Super funky. Bright, almost unripe apricot. Smooth tingly finish. — 10 days ago
Not extreme,but definitely an orange wine
70% trebbiano 30% fiano
It's a dangerous drop, one you can't stop pouring
Make sure you have a back up plan cause it honestly evaporates quickly
Little oxidative notes, fruit, nuts(noisette especially which i find often in this style of trebbiano),spices, hay, a toch of honey and if you resist swirling i am sure there's more, but i didn't
To buy again for summer nights — 21 hours ago
Dry white Puglia region wine. Citrus with grapefruit notes. Paired well with chicken. Drank 2020 vintage in August 2022. — 13 days ago
作りはわからないが柔かなところが良い。 — 22 days ago