Fiano has been grown in the Coriole vineyards since 2001 and saw its first release in 2005 under the estate label. The variety hails from the Italian region of Campagnia, east of Naples, and has found a comfortable home in South Australia. The fruit for the Lalla Rookh Fiano is sourced from the Adelaide Hills where the altitude gives this Mediterranean variety a vibrant acid lift with zesty lime juice characters. Touches of grapefruit and apricot are also evident along with a soft, textured and mouth-filling palate.
Fiano - the rising star of the Australian wine scene. Perfectly suited to the Mediterranean climate of McLaren Vale, it's a highly aromatic, versatile wine. Peach, citrus and rock-pool, bound by zingy acidity.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 93 points
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