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L’Archetipo Salento Fiano

$28.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Salento, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape Varieties: 100% Fiano

L’Archetipo Salento Fiano shows hints of the sea, lemon, and flintiness. Floral and fruity, with notes of honey and hay. The taste is dynamic, dry, and fresh with white flowers, citrus fruit, and minerality. Although technically a white wine they do a week of skin maceration which makes this delicate perfumed Fiano a medium body.

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Additional information

NATTINESS

Natty

FRUIT

Citrus, Lemon, Lime

BODY

Light-bodied

ACIDITY

Bright (Medium-High)

OAK

No Oak

TANNIN

Light

ALCOHOL

12-13%

SWEETNESS

Dry

SERVING TEMP

Chilled Whites and Rosés (48°–52°)

SULFUR

Very Low Sulfur (less than 20mg/L)

VEGAN

Vegan

IMPORTER

Nomadic Distribution

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About L’Archetipo Salento Fiano

L’Archetipo Salento Fiano shows hints of the sea, lemon, and flintiness. Floral and fruity, with notes of honey and hay. The taste is dynamic, dry, and fresh with white flowers, citrus fruit, and minerality. Although technically a white wine they do a week of skin maceration which makes this delicate perfumed Fiano a medium body.

About L’Archetipo

Francesco Valentino Dibenedetto, a farmer from birth and later also agronomist, since the ’80s began to convert his land to organic farming, but he observed that the vitality of his lands was not like he was supposed to be. That is why in 2000 he implemented biodynamic farming thanks to his studies on Rudolf Steiner’s cultural legacy. After a few years of biodynamics, he realized that there was still something that could be done. Francesco Valentino studied Masanobu Fukuoka’s thought and finally, he implemented sustainable agriculture, in which all synergies in the ecosystem are linked: Synergistic Agriculture. This one incorporates organic and biodynamic agriculture, but it also deletes plowing, which is considered a wrong practice. The family farm (wife Annamaria, three sons Carlo Nazareno, Domenico, and Andrea, and a daughter Maria Clelia) are based in Puglia, in the upper Salento, on the border with Basilicata and the province of Bari. In these precise climatic conditions, it is possible to enhance the valuable owned grapes without chemicals, cultivating native vines such as Primitivo, Aglianico, Negroamaro, Fiano, and Greco and rediscovering forgotten vines such as Maresco, Marchione, and Susumaniello.