I dig this. A great Fiano from the Hunter Valley courtesy of Briar Ridge.
Lunchtime wine. The approachability of these Paisley Wines never ceases to impress. This Fiano is sourced from the Adelaide Hills and tosses a blanket of texture across the palate to lure you in.
They call Corrina Wright the Queen of Fiano, a fitting title I must say. Here she goes again working her magic with this 2022 release. A brilliant wine awaits. Stand and applaud.
Here we go! Something fresh and left of centre from Wynn's. It's great to see traditional brands cut loose and offer a cheeky side. This is a self-described "red lovers white".
The complexity is in the making not the enjoying. A mega field blend, this slides down all too easily. A wine that is a fab go-to for a casual gathering with friends.
The second release of this Fiano, I'd be curious to watch this wine evolve in coming years given the young age of the vines.
Fiano is a white variety hitting its straps around Australia. Ballandean Estate has been producing this variety for several years now and each vintage is as appealing and energetic as the previous. This is a great wine and one worth befriending when in search of an alternative to the main white wines seen on the shelf.
A Fiano that slides down with ease. Splash this in a few glasses and you'll be sure to impress those around you.
A tropical-driven Fiano that glides through the mouth, hand me a serve of calamari and chips, please.
If you like your whites with a little interest, perhaps Fiano is worth a look? Another great release from Paisley Wines.
Part of the growing organic range from d'Arenberg that has been getting a good push of late, this is a shift from the "house" style and it's noticeable. Here we have a delightful Fiano. It just feels and tastes good. That's enough to hook you in, right?
Fresh and lip-smackingly textural, here is another Oliver's Taranga Fiano sure to get you in the mood.
A journey through the textural pleasure zone. Nicknamed the Ginger Sherbet Skinsy Thing pretty much sums up where things are at. A 60/40 blend, the Riesling was fermented on skins with Fiano.
All the elements of an interesting Fiano are laid out but the acid didn't want to come to the party.