Fiano's history can be traced to Southern Italy, where its believed to have originated in ancient Roman times. Fiano has a variety of expressions, reflective of where (and how) it's grown. It's appreciated for it's wide spectrum; from its' steely fresh and mineral notes to being indulgent and rich. Fiano is an age-worthy Southern Italian white wine, that is gaining recognition and popularity among Australian vineyards and drinkers alike. Its' complexity and distinctive texture works well with a variety of dishes, from light fresh seafood, to richer shellfish, poultry as well as red meat.
Victoria is home to more than 800 wineries across 21 regions. With more than its fair share of cool-climate vineyards, located between the maritime influences of the Southern Ocean and the hills of the Great Dividing Range, the diversity and array of micro-climates lends itself to ongoing and exciting discoveries. Regions include Beechworth, King Valley, Heathcote and Whitlands High plateau, to name a few.