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Fiano d'Avellino

This is a white DOCG wine in Campania but when found elsewhere it is not as highly esteemed. History suggests that the Romans knew and loved this wine as Apianum. (that term is still legally allowed) and is derived from the its sweet character that attracted bees! It is a very shy bearing grape so its low yields make its production a labor of love rather than commerce. To make it more attractive to produce the law allows blending as long as the wine is 85% Fiano. The rest can be Greco, Coda di Volpe or Trebbiano.

Fiano d'Avellino







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