H&L | FIANO | 2019

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Fiano is one of the wines of our Mediterranean collection. We started the planting in 2000 and now have six varieties with their origins in Italy or Spain. They are varieties well-suited to the growing conditions of McLaren Vale and deliver the bright fruit flavours of the Southern European climate.

This is a bright, fresh wine combining the warmth of stone fruit with the zip of lemon zest or grapefruit. Herbs and hazelnut are also there to be found.

When it comes to food, nothing could be better than pan fried wild barramundi as a partner.

A wine made for eating.

Profile

Aroma:Attractive aromas of snow pea, green leaf, lemon/citrus rind and spice.
Palate:A lovely lean and tight wine with stone fruit and grapefruit flavours held within intense and focused textural structure.
Cellar:Enjoy now while the flavours are youthful and fresh.
Variety:FianoType:White Wine
Region:McLaren Vale, South AustraliaWinemaker:James Hastwell
Alcohol:12.5%Bottled:October 2019
Volume:750mlCases Produced:140
Weight:1.3kg

Reviews

  1. Stuart Robinson, The Vinsomniac

    Snow pea, green leaf aromatics, perhaps serving at fridge temperature not the greatest idea. Delicate white florals. Subtlety. The watchword. Something like a vanilla panna cotta aspect, almost creamy with perhaps a light stone fruit complexion. Decent textural width, a fine phenolic feel.
    90/100 Points from thevinsomniac.com

  2. Huon Hooke, The Real Review

    Light yellow-straw colour with a shy, linen-like aroma, non-fruity and tight on the palate. It’s lean and taut and nervy, dry and almost austere. A hint of nectarine later. It’s very well-focused on the palate and has intensity and length. I liked this increasingly, the more I got to know it
    92/100 Points, Ranked No.1 2019 Fiano from TheRealReview.com

  3. Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front

    …I’d recommend this. Lemon juice, citrus rind in general, crushed fennel, maybe some brine. It has just a little bit of attitude, good attitude, with the crunch to complement.
    91/100 Points from The Winefront, Campbell Mattinson

  4. Patrick Eckel, Wine Reviewer

    The wine enjoys lovely texture with a fullness of stone fruits holding it’s own against layers of citrus fruit. There is a faint touch of marzipan and grapefruit that gives impact to finish with stone fruits at the fore to finish.
    90/100 Points from winereviewer.com.au

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H&L | FIANO | 2019

$30.00 inc. GST

In stock

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Description

Fiano is one of the wines of our Mediterranean collection. We started the planting in 2000 and now have six varieties with their origins in Italy or Spain. They are varieties well-suited to the growing conditions of McLaren Vale and deliver the bright fruit flavours of the Southern European climate.

This is a bright, fresh wine combining the warmth of stone fruit with the zip of lemon zest or grapefruit. Herbs and hazelnut are also there to be found.

When it comes to food, nothing could be better than pan fried wild barramundi as a partner.

A wine made for eating.

Profile

Aroma:Attractive aromas of snow pea, green leaf, lemon/citrus rind and spice.
Palate:A lovely lean and tight wine with stone fruit and grapefruit flavours held within intense and focused textural structure.
Cellar:Enjoy now while the flavours are youthful and fresh.
Variety:FianoType:White Wine
Region:McLaren Vale, South AustraliaWinemaker:James Hastwell
Alcohol:12.5%Bottled:October 2019
Volume:750mlCases Produced:140
Weight:1.3kg

Reviews

  1. Stuart Robinson, The Vinsomniac

    Snow pea, green leaf aromatics, perhaps serving at fridge temperature not the greatest idea. Delicate white florals. Subtlety. The watchword. Something like a vanilla panna cotta aspect, almost creamy with perhaps a light stone fruit complexion. Decent textural width, a fine phenolic feel.
    90/100 Points from thevinsomniac.com

  2. Huon Hooke, The Real Review

    Light yellow-straw colour with a shy, linen-like aroma, non-fruity and tight on the palate. It’s lean and taut and nervy, dry and almost austere. A hint of nectarine later. It’s very well-focused on the palate and has intensity and length. I liked this increasingly, the more I got to know it
    92/100 Points, Ranked No.1 2019 Fiano from TheRealReview.com

  3. Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front

    …I’d recommend this. Lemon juice, citrus rind in general, crushed fennel, maybe some brine. It has just a little bit of attitude, good attitude, with the crunch to complement.
    91/100 Points from The Winefront, Campbell Mattinson

  4. Patrick Eckel, Wine Reviewer

    The wine enjoys lovely texture with a fullness of stone fruits holding it’s own against layers of citrus fruit. There is a faint touch of marzipan and grapefruit that gives impact to finish with stone fruits at the fore to finish.
    90/100 Points from winereviewer.com.au

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