Fiano Carlomagno, Puglia IGP
The Bread Basket of Italy...
Tastes like: Fresh. Ripe Melon. Bananas. Grapefruit. Moreish.
The Fiano grape, which is of mysterious origins and today makes one of Southern Italy's most prestigious white wines. In this beautifully presented bottle we have one of the best examples for you to sit back and rejoice in all the splendors of exceptional winemaking.
This comes from a young and exciting company. They put total TLC into the vinifying process meaning they have complete control of the production process, from the careful management of the grapes, to the winemaking that takes place under the meticulous eye of Stefano Chioccioli.
This is a clean and fresh wine that will surprise and delight. Packed full of exotic flavours. It will whisk you away to the heal of Italy in a heartbeat and have you dreaming of the beautiful Puglian coast.
Italy - 2020 - 12.5% - 75cl
Vegetarian - Vegan - Low Intervention
"The 2017 Carlomagno Fiano from the Salento peninsula in Puglia - you know, the so-called boot of Italy - is utterly charming. Named after the Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne, and produced by the celebrated winemaker and consultant Stefano Chioccioli, its light and fresh and full of sun-baked melon, banana and citrus fruit. In other words, perfect vinous fare for a British winter." - Jonathan Ray, The Spectator
Recommended by IWSC 2017 Silver Award