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San Salvatore – Pian di Stio Fiano

Italy
Campania
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins Italy > Campania > Cilento

Appellation Paestum

Varietal Fiano

Cepage 100% Fiano

Winemaking 6 hours of cryomaceration. Soft pressing and fermentation in stainless steel tanks.

Aging 6 months on the lees in stainless steel tanks

Alcohol Content 13.0 %

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The Character

Tasting Notes A seductive wine with delicate floral aromas and notes of peach, fig, green apple, and hints of herbs from the Mediterranean. Elegant and expressive with a long finish.

Overall Seductive & Expressive

Mouthfeel Elegant & Delicate

Aromas Floral aromas, peach, fig, green apple, hints of herbs

Selling Point Excellent aging potential

Pairings Delicious with seafood

Awards 93 Wine & Spirits (2018), 93 James Suckling (2018), 92 Wine Advocate (2018), 91 Wine Enthusiast (2018), 90 Wine Spectator (2018)

Sustainability Certified Organic t, Biodynamic In Practice t

The Story

Pian di Stio is named after a plateau of vines in one of the San Salvatore vineyards located in the heart of the Cilento National Park.

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Brand Story

San Salvatore combines the environmentally conscious with both tradition and technology to achieve modern wines of character. Driven by biodynamic farming, winemaker Giuseppe Pagano utilizes several unique plots of grapes strewn across the Campania region of Southern Italy. It is there that he produces wines made from native varieties such as Falanghina, Fiano, Greco and Aglianico. Among the historic vineyards, San Salvatore is flanked by olive groves, crops, and an infamous herd of water buffalo. All of these parts come together to form the biodiverse, sustainability-focused wines of Cilento.


Brand Story

San Salvatore combines the environmentally conscious with both tradition and technology to achieve modern wines of character. Driven by biodynamic farming, winemaker Giuseppe Pagano utilizes several unique plots of grapes strewn across the Campania region of Southern Italy. It is there that he produces wines made from native varieties such as Falanghina, Fiano, Greco and Aglianico. Among the historic vineyards, San Salvatore is flanked by olive groves, crops, and an infamous herd of water buffalo. All of these parts come together to form the biodiverse, sustainability-focused wines of Cilento.

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