2014 Vadiaperti Fiano d'Avellino

SKU #1276388 93 points Wine & Spirits

 Troisi’s basic fiano is less intense than his single-vineyard Aipierti (reviewed above), yet it’s also terrifically impressive. Delicate scents of orange blossom and bee pollen give way to flavors of fresh apple, pear and lemon that take on a honeyed richness with air, developing notes of salted almonds and nori that add a savory character. A stream of salinity runs through the dense, waxy texture and gives direction to the rich fruit flavors, bringing them to an energetic and refreshing finish.  (10/2016)

92 points Vinous

 Deep gold-tinged yellow. Knockout Fiano aromas of apple, pear, hazelnut and sweet chamomile. Bright, dense and juicy, with pure, creamy flavors of herbal orchard fruits and hazelnut carrying through a very long, saline finish that features a peppery bite. (ID)  (9/2015)

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Other White Wines

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Italy

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Campania