Fiano Salento offers greater freshness and minerality when compared to it's cousin in Campania further to the north. A tenuous straw-yellow color. An ample aroma of fruit (pear, pineapple) and honey. A fresh, lively, and balanced flavor with notes of fresh fruit and an attractive finale of toasted hazelnut. Enjoy with hors d'oeuvres, seafood salads, risotto, crustaceans, grilled fish, fresh cheeses, or grilled vegetables.
100% Fiano. Not far from the town of Lecce and from the sea, on the road to Taranto, at the gates of Salice Salentino, centuries-old olive trees and flourishing vineyards surround Castello Monaci. The estate is housed in a 16th-century castle with medieval foundations once run by Basiliani monks who maintained a long winemaking tradition. The Memmo family has owned the estate since the 19th century, with Lina Memmo and husband Vitantonio Seracca as the current owners. The long corridor which links the main road to the castle is a line which goes through the estate; a meridian that divides the vineyards and opens the gates to the modern cellar. Here spreads the sun which floods the land and creates unique shapes, like the fruits to which it gives birth.