Fiano di Avellino DOCG is produced with Fiano grapes from the Fonzone estate located in the municipality of San Potito Ultra at 500 m a.s.l.

The pedoclimatic vocation of the production area, and the careful work in the vineyard, guarantee grapes that are pure expression of the territory.

he vinification is aimed at preserving the aromatic integrity of the vine and the wine obtained stands out for its elegance and delicacy of the scents.

Data Sheet


Denomination: Fiano di Avellino DOCG
Composition: fiano 100%
Grape origin: San Potito Ultra (AV)
Soil:clay loam
Altitude: 500 m.a.s.l.
Exposure: south
Planting Year: 2003
Plant Density: 3.300 plants per hectare
Training system: espalier
Yeld: 60 quintals per hectare
Harvest period: first ten days of october


Winemaking and aging:

The bunches are hand-picked and carefully transported to the cellar in small crates, then selected and, after long and short-term macerations in amphora and steel, softly pressed. Fermentation is carried out at temperatures between 14 and 16 degrees and lasts for about a month. At the end of fermentation, the masses are assembled and aged in steel for eight months at temperatures below zero, on fine yeasts.

Organoleptic characteristics:

Straw yellow color with greenish reflections, it is characterized by delicate floral and fruity aromas reminiscent of citrus fruits, orange blossom, lime and almond paste. On the palate it is fresh and balanced, viscous and very persistent.


Ideal for seafood entree, oysters, fish dishes.




Vintage 2021

Oscar qualità/prezzo – Berebene 2023
Score 92 – Falstaff Wine Guide 2022

Vintage 2018

Score 92 – James Suckling 2020

Vintage 2017

Score 93 – James Suckling 2018

Vintage 2016

3 Bicchieri – Gambero Rosso 2021
Score 93 – J.Suckling 2018

Vintage 2013

Commended – Decanter 2015


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