PUGLIA IGP FIANO GRECO
Production area: Countryside around Cerignola
Grape variety: 60% Fiano 40% Greco
Yield per hectare: 100 q
Harvest period: Mid-September
Soil type: Clayey-limestone
Vinification: In the cellar, the grapes are destemmed and then transferred to stainless-steel vessels, where they remain at a temperature of 10°C for 24 hours before pressing. The
resulting must undergoes cold static clarification and is then fermented in stainless-steel tanks by the addition of cultured yeasts at a maximum temperature of 17°C. Following fermentation, the wine is racked and the lees stirred for about 4 months, after which it is filtered and bottled, where it is aged for a month before its release.
Sensory characteristics: Straw yellow with greenish highlights. On the nose the wine is somewhat intense and complex, with floral and fruity notes predominating. It is full bodied, has a good mouth feel and is long lasting with good acidity and tanginess.
Tropical fruit nuances and a citrusy aftertaste.
Food pairings: Great with fish dishes, molluscs and vegetables.