Vinga Bottin are well known for growing Italian variety wines, their Fiano is a crowd pleaser. A beautiful effortless wine, with gentle acidity and an ambient fermentative funk - Frank
The 2019 Fiano have flavours that are dominated by pear, sweet lime, ginger and tropical flower notes with a fresh zippy acidity and a lovely soft mouthfeel that allows the after flavour to linger forever.
Fiano has been cultivated in southern Italy for over two thousand years and its best-known wine is Fiano di Avellino, which is produced in the Campania region, from vines grown on the volcanic hillsides of Avellino, east of Naples.
Our Fiano is an approachable wine, rich with savoury tannins, hints of grapefruit, herbs, delicious juicy and lemon citrus drive this wine.
- Blend : Fiano
- ABV : 12.7 %
- Closure : Screw Cap
- Drink Until : drink now
- Bottle Size : 750m
- McLaren Vale SA
About The Winery
At first just for family and friends, in 2006 Vigna Bottin was born from the Bottin’s estate grown Italian grape varieties. Paolo’s father Anselmo and uncle Ferdinando instilled the skills and passion for viticulture in Paolo at a young age, but it wasn’t until a trip to Italy after many summers tending the vineyards of mainstream varieties that planting Italian grapes in Australian soil became a reality.
The Bottin family have been growing grapes in McLaren Vale since 1970 and in Italy for generations before that. Wines with an Italian spirit are their specialty. From vineyard to barrel, their favourite Italian varieties thrive in the Mediterranean climate of McLaren Vale, developing into modern, Australian wines.