The Fiorano Estate was founded by Prince Alberico Boncompagni Ludovisi in the 1940s and 1950s, with the planting of various grape varieties. He continued to produce wine until 1998, the year in which his son Alessandro Jacopo took over the company. The latter acquired another 13 hectares of land and followed his father’s example in managing the vineyards, even if he chose a few different grape varieties. The historic cellar is still secret, reserved only for a few visitors such as Luigi Veronelli.
This wine evolves in oak and chestnut barrels, giving surprises with its broad and evolved aromas, which are the result of a light maceration of the skins in the must.
Golden yellow colour. On the nose, complex and refined notes of ripe fruit and yellow flowers mix with a subtle spicy texture, accompanied by delicate mineral hints. On the palate, the wine reveals a solid structure and a pleasant persistence in both taste and smell. The closure is pleasantly salty and spicy.
To be consumed as an aperitif or in combination with fish crudités, tuna or salmon tartare or fresh and creamy cheeses. Excellent on a first course with clams or on delicate fish dishes.