Oi Ni Fiano, 2019, Tenuta Scuotto, Campania IGP
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The nose is particularly fruity and floral, very intense, with hints
of dried apricot, honey, pineapple, magnolia, rose, fennel, broom and roasted hazelnuts. The palate is dry, warm and very soft with good freshness and a great persistence. The body
is full but velvety and elegant.
Situated in Lapio city, near Avellino, Tenuta Scuotto is a family-run winery who as Wine Spectator has recognised is pushing the boundaries of Fiano. Tenuta Scuotto strives to produce wines that fully express the characteristics of the area in which they are born at the same time as conveying their unique identity. Their desire and primary goal is to produce wines that are a clear expression of the territory and their passion for viticulture. They use an integrated approach to farming and work with reduced yields, producing highly complex and concentrated wines as a result.
The 2019 vintage was a cool one and with rainfall well distributed throughout the year. The
spring months were characterised by temperate climate, with low rainfall and heat stress,
this has led to a good, healthy fruit. The full ripening of the grapes was guaranteed by
a breezy September with good variations in temperature. Given the weather conditions,
the harvest took place later than in previous years lasted until the end of October/early
November. Vinification technique: soft pressing of grapes; temperature-controlled fermentation with indigenous yeasts in oval barrels (7°C). 12 months of ageing on its fine lees. Ageing: 6/12
months in bottles.