Fiano – Mastroserio

A beautiful white wine done as her twin Italian sister Fiano d’Avelino with a tropical bouquet and nuances of caramel sauce drizzled over a tart tatin. The golden wine from Fair Play California has an amazing complexity in the palate where chopped wood flavors is beautifully engaged with mineralty and acidity.  The finish is slightly…

Itaians wine on Top 50 wines of the year 2013 from Decanter

From more than 3,200 wines recommended in Decanter over the past year, our tastings team has picked out not only the highest-scoring but also the best value wines. These top 50 are listed her in one handy guide with updated prices and stockists Italy is rapresented on this list from 10 wines. 4 comes from…

List Of Popular Wine Grapes in Italy

In Italy there more than 2000+ varieties of wine grapes, but The Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry authorized only 350 wine grapes. The most popular wine grapes  come from Tuscany, Piedmont, Veneto, Lombardy, Sicily, Friuli, and also Apulia and Trentino. Red Wine Grapes Sangiovese:  A grape with many names planted throughout Italy. Sangiovese is the…

Greco di Tufo Docg 2011 – Mastroberardino

APPELLATION : Greco di Tufo DOCG ALCOHOL : 12.5% GRAPE VARIETY : Greco di Tufo 100% VINES PER HECTARE : In media 3.000 ceppi per ettaro AGE OF VINEYARD : In media 15 anni VINIFICATION : Vinificazione classica in bianco in serbatoi di acciaio a temperatura controllata REFINING : Almeno 1 mese in bottiglia. COLOUR…

Le Passanti Igt – Cantele

CLASSIFICATION: I.G.T. Puglia. GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Fiano. PRODUCTION AREA: Manduria, Pulsano (TA). TRAINING: Spur-pruned cordon-trained (4,500 plants per hectare). HARVEST: Second half of September with some late harvest. VINIFICATION: Grapes are picked in small crates that are then used to dry the grapes in a single stack in a covered loft with temperature and humidity…

Fiano di Avellino – Feudi di San Gregorio

Feudi’s 2011 Fiano di Avellino is one of the best wines in this entry-level range. Peaches, apricots, smoke and licorice take shape in the glass, but ultimately, the 2011 is a wine that impresses for its layered, textured personality. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2015. Once again, Feudi impresses for the sheer breadth of their range. From top…