Fiano Salento "ACANTE" CASTELLO MONACI
The "Acante" label was born in 2012. It is a variety that, although it is particularly present in Campania with the DOCG Fiano di Avellino, can certainly be considered from Puglia. It has Greek origins and takes its name from the “vitis apiana”, so called because the Fiano vine attracted swarms of bees. The name Acante in Salento dialect means "empty", due to its ease of drinking and adaptability to a large number of dishes. The grape variety used for its production is 100% pure Fiano Pugliese which comes from the vines of the DOC area of Salento.
Fiano Salento Acante Castello Monaci’s features
A pale and delicate straw yellow colour. The scent has fruity hints of pears, pineapple and honey notes. The taste is fresh, fragrant, balanced, with notes of fresh fruit and a pleasant finish of toasted hazelnut.
Suggested food pairings while tasting this Fiano Salento Acante Castello Monaci
Try it with shellfish, seafood salads and grilled fish. This label, typical of the Apulian tradition, also goes well with vegetable-based dishes, with land and sea risottos and with fresh cheeses. The optimal serving temperature is 8 ° C in a high and wide glass. The alcohol content reached is 12% Vol.