Learn about Fiano — taste profile, popular regions and more …
An aromatic, white variety fully suited to the Apennine Mountains of Campania, Fiano has been documented in the region since the 13th century. It is at its best in the hills of Avellino where volcanic soils give it a charismatic aromatic lift and support a range of styles from taut and steely to nutty and smooth.
Tasting Notes for Fiano
Fiano is a dry white wine with a telltale straw yellow color. Fiano wines are uniquely lush in texture without losing any brightness on the palate. They typically have pear, tropical fruit and lime peel qualities in combination with toasted nut, white flower or pine aromas.
Perfect Food Pairings for Fiano
Pair Fiano with sauteed scallops, steamed crab legs, orange-braised pork, rosemary chicken and cod in tomato sauce.
Sommelier Secrets for Fiano
If you like Chardonnay, Viognier or Pinot Blanc, Fiano would be a great new wine to try!
- Sauvignon Blanc580
- Other White Blends325
- Other White Wine313
- Pinot Gris/Grigio282
- Rhône White Blends105
- Chenin Blanc91
- Bordeaux White Blends78
- Pinot Blanc54
- Gruner Veltliner43
- Grenache Blanc3
- Muller Thurgau3
- Melon de Bourgogne2
MandraRossa Fiano 2008Fiano from Sicily, Italy
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Cantine Settesoli Mandrarossa Fiano 2008Fiano from Sicily, Italy
Scribner Bend Vineyards Novantina Fiano 2008Fiano from Clarksburg, Yolo County, California
Seghesio Fiano 2008Fiano from Russian River, Sonoma County, California