San Salvatore 1988 ‘Porconero’ Fiano IGP

Organically-grown Fiano grapes are hand-harvested from the south-facing Cannito vineyard, toward the Gulf of Salerno. The grapes are de-stemmed and soft pressed before chilling for a short criomaceration to gain aromatics from the skins; the wine is then aged on its lees. Showing a floral nose with green apple and pear; jasmine alongside citrus on the palate and savoury notes.

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About The Winery

San Salvatore 1988 was founded in the heart of the Cilento National Park, an ancient land, rich in history and tradition, never touched by intensive agriculture . The winery is located in the same area where the Ancient Greeks began the colonization of Magna Grecia and where for the first time brought Aglianico, Fiano and Greco grapes. San Salvatore has been certified organic by the European Union and adopts exclusively biological processes and biodynamic preparations. They own 110 hectares, 23.5 with vineyards, the rest for olive groves, orchards, vegetable gardens and woodland.


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