El Dorado County
Fiano is an intensely flavorful white grape that grows primarily in the Southern Italian regions of Campania, Basilicata, and Puglia. It has been produced since at least Roman times, and is known for its rich texture, giving wines produced from it more body than many other white varieties. We were lucky to find this grape growing locally, just down the road from our Tasting Room.
Honey, tangerine, papaya, jasmine, melon, orange blossom, herbal
Apple, lemon. Bright acidity, medium-bodied.
Medium-bodied white wine with bright acidity
Pasta dishes with white sauce, basil pesto, grilled or baked seafood, white meats, fresh tomatoes
Goat cheese, feta, gouda, havarti, raclette