Drinking and Pairing Fiano di Avellino with Food

Fiano di Avellino is one of a trio of dry, crisp, and medium-bodied white wines that includes Falanghina and Greco di Tufo. These three are consumed habitually in their native region of Campania in Italy. As the fullest-bodied of these three wines, it is typical to serve Fiano di Avellino later in the meal.

The wines have an aroma of lemons, evergreen, and almonds, which makes them lovely partners for seafood pastas such as linguini and clams or whole fish baked in salt. The firm acidity of Fiano makes it equally at home with tomatoes, both fresh (as in caprese salad) or cooked in sauces for simple pasta dishes such as Gnocchi alla Sorrentina.

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Fiano di Avellino pairs well with:

Light Fish


Japanese cuisine

Foods cooked via Raw

Served Cold dishes