Fiano, a white grape variety from southern Italy, produces vibrant and aromatic wines with flavors of tropical fruits and floral notes, often used in high-quality white wines from Campania, known for its distinctive character and refreshing acidity
Varietal origin: Fiano is a white grape variety that is native to southern Italy, particularly the Campania region. It is also grown in other regions of Italy, as well as in other countries such as Australia and Argentina.
Typical taste profile: Fiano wines are known for their vibrant and aromatic character. They typically exhibit flavors of tropical fruits such as pineapple, mango, and citrus fruits, along with floral and honey notes. Fiano wines are often dry and medium-bodied with refreshing acidity, and they can exhibit a rich and complex texture.
Regional styles: Fiano is predominantly grown in Campania, particularly in the Avellino province, where it is used to produce high-quality and distinctive white wines, often labeled as Fiano di Avellino. Fiano is also used in blends with other local grape varieties, such as Greco di Tufo and Falanghina, to create unique and expressive wines.