Sequoia is a late harvest of Fiano grapes coming from Fonzone Caccese vineyard in Paternopoli.

The particular climatic conditions of the area favor a slow and healthy maturation of the grapes which ends in November, when the grapes, with the presence of botritysed acinous, are harvested and vinified in the respect and exaltation of the varietal characteristics of the grape.


A quote of the must is fermented in wood to naturally stabilize the future wine and give it complexity and longevity. The result is a Fiano having harmonious and rich aromatic definition.


Data Sheet


Denomination: Sequoia Irpinia Fiano DOC
Composition: fiano 100%
Grapes origin:Fonzone Estate, Paternopoli (AV)
Soil: clay-sandy soil
Altitude: 370 m above s.l.
Exposure: north-east
Year of plantation: 2006
Plant density:4500 stumps per hectare
Training system: espalier
Yeld: 50 quintals per hectare
Harvest: first decade of November


Winemaking and aging:

the grapes are hand-picked and carefully transported to the winery in small perforated crates, then they are selected and softly pressed. The fermentation is conducted in steel and wood at low temperatures; the wine produced lays in vessels of fermentation for about seven months, receiving periodical bâtonnage; after bottling, before being marketed, it stays in the cellar for nine months.

Organoleptic characteristics:

The color is pale yellow, intense and brilliant. The nose recognized creamy notes of dried fruit, chamomile, grass clippings, and a slight mineral accent. The taste is characterized by a pleasant balance among the sweetness of the fruit, the maturity given by the contribution of wood and the acidity supporting the substance. Long finish, with hints toasted.


Risotto and pasta with fish and sweet vegetables, shellfish, structured fish main courses, young cheeses.




Vintage 2018

3 Stelle – Vini Buoni d’Italia 2021

Vintage 2018

Score 92 – James Suckling 2020

Vintage 2016

4 Viti – Guida Vitae 2016

Vintage 2017

4 Viti – Guida Vitae 2017

Vintage 2019

Top 100 – James Suckling 2021


Data Sheet

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