This white wine comes off as very floral on the nose, but on the tongue it brings a smokey, full-bodied appeal that pairs well with bold cheeses and pastas.
This refreshing white comes on as being heavy in honey and floral notes on the nose with light citrus accents. However, on the palette it brings wonderful tastes of smoke, spice, nuts, and the salty sea with its fuller, velvety body.
Wine: Tenuta Scuotto Oi Ni Campania Fiano 2011
Region: Campania, Lapio
Grape: 100% Fiano
Pairs well with: Great with antipasto, polenta dishes, paccherialla in a simple, non-tomato based, sauce. This wine also pairs well with aged cheeses and foie gras.
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