ACANTE Fiano Salento IGT

ACANTE Fiano Salento IGT

ACANTE Fiano Salento IGT

Acante was created in 2012. Despite a strong presence in Campania with the Fiano di Avellino DOCG, this grape variety can certainly be considered native to Puglia. Its origins are Greek, and the name comes from vitis apiana, so-called because the vine attracted swarms of bees. Acante means “empty” in Salento dialect: the wine takes this name because it is very drinkable and suited to a number of different dishes.

Region

Puglia

Designation

IGT/IGP

Variety

Fiano pugliese

Colour

White

Type

Still Wine

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