A lovely wine that swings along with the idea that fiano produces texture and structure of its own.
About the Wine
Fiano is quickly proving to be a star in Australia. With more winemakers using it, and more vineyards planting it, the future looks bright. But it's important to pay homage - this is sourced from the Kersbrook vineyard, which was the first site planted to Fiano in Adelaide Hills back in 2005.
This is exactly what Fiano should be - a bundle of freshness boxed up in a textural palate. Lemons, basil and under ripe stone fruits charge through the wine, with a waxy, textural mouthfeel and refreshing finish. Great for al fresco dining and creamy sauces.
About Scott & La Prova Wines
Sam Scott has a clear vision for his Scott and La Prova labels - Italian inspired wines done with an Australian sensibility.
Utilising his retail, winemaking and viticultural experience, he has crafted a range of interesting, charming wines from select vineyards through Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley and Langhorne Creek.
They are vibrant and fruit-forward but with a savoury twist and great varietal character. Value-for-money wise, the range is up there with the best in the country.
Sam is an excellent guy and a supremely talented winemaker, as James Halliday noted, “Scott is a star in the making.”