The Fiano di Avellino D.O.C.G. Or was born on the hills of Lapio, where the ancient Greeks transferred the Apianum vines.
The highly calcareous origin of the subsoil (even up to 50% of its composition) allows a gradual and constant ripening of the grapes even in periods of severe drought, maintaining a good level of fixed acidity.
The hilly and wooded area avoids excessive temperature changes in the summer seasons even if, in the winter months, the temperature changes are as important as the snowfalls; this helps to create an environment that is adequately ventilated, bright and conducive to a balanced life of the plant.
The result is a flavor characterized by a balanced acidity and a great softness, persistent and full.
On the nose, the Or of Mission 18 is intense and complex, with fruity and floral notes and a slight herbaceous nuance.
The taste has recognitions of ripe apple, chamomile, hay and cut grass.