Terredora di Paolo Falanghina Campania IGT 2008

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Straw-green. Closed but pure nose hints at green apple, white flowers and flint. Then delicate and nicely concentrated, with a smoky nuance adding ... Read more

This is full and intense, with lemon, pear and mineral character. Shows complex fruit flavors on a well-defined palate, with balanced acidity and a... Read more

Terredora is a dynamic, family-run winery with deep roots in Irpinia wine tradition. The Fiano di Avellino opens with mature yellow and exotic frui... Read more

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External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Straw-green. Closed but pure nose hints at green apple, white flowers and flint. Then delicate and nicely concentrated, with a smoky nuance adding complexity to the flavors of white peach, hazelnut, thyme and orange peel. The white peachy fruit lingers impressively, with harmonious acidity providing lift and verve. Irsquo;d cellar this lovely wine for a couple years and enjoy it for ten more after that.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

This is full and intense, with lemon, pear and mineral character. Shows complex fruit flavors on a well-defined palate, with balanced acidity and a long finish of fruit and mineral. Therersquo;s some petrol to this, like Riesling. A classy Fiano. Drink now.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
07/12/2011

Terredora is a dynamic, family-run winery with deep roots in Irpinia wine tradition. The Fiano di Avellino opens with mature yellow and exotic fruit aromas with background notes of dusty mineral and crushed granite.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
07/12/2011

The 2009 Fiano di Avellino comes across as a touch compact, most likely owing to its recent bottling. All of the classic Fiano signature aromas and flavors are in evidence, with subtle notes of earthiness and ash that complement the fruit. The Fiano is a touch less floral than the Greco but offers just as much length and finesse.



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