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It takes its name from the vine of the same name that the Latins called Vitis apiana, thanks to the bees particularly fond of the sweetness of these grapes. In the register of Frederick II of Swabia an order for three "corpses" of Fiano is noted. Carlo D'Angiò also planted 16,000 Fiano vines in his royal vineyard.
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Green color and almond fruit flavors.
Fiano di Montesarchio is typical of the area, there are centuries-old plants in the farm. It is much more famous than that of Avellino, in which the vineyards, unlike those of Irpinia, enjoy greater exposure to the cold winds of the Taburno.
|The cellar||Masseria Frattasi|
|Vines and plants||100% Fiano|
|Production area||Masseria Capitorre, Montesarchio|
|Vinification||Cold pre-fermentation skin maceration. Soft pressing and fermentation at a controlled temperature. Partial malolactic fermentation.|
|Maturation||Aging in steel for three months and subsequent rest in the bottle.|
|Name||Fiano Beneventano IGT|
|Service temperature||12 ° / 14 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||13.0|