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The island of Sicily is hot, hot, hot - which suits the Fiano grape down to the ground.
Lots of sunshine really brings out the sunny flavours - peach, apricot - and there's even a hint of spice.
If you like ripe Chardonnays, give this silver medal winner a try! Really good with roast chicken.
This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 1 year
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Peter Richards MW - BBC Saturday Kitchen 27/06/2015
Of the 2014 vintage, Peter Richards said: “In my ceaseless quest for value, I have found wine that not only works seamlessly, but is also an absolute bargain. If you analyse where our wine recommendations on Saturday Kitchen come from, I would guess wines from the South of Italy would be quite high on the list, because the wines are so good with food and are often great value for money. Moreish and gluggable, this wine has lovely succulent, sun ripened flavours.”
Susy Atkins - Delicious Magazine 01/09/2015
Of the 2014 vintage, Susy Atkins said: “You’ll find juicy oranges here in a ripe, rounded white made from the up-and coming Fiano grape.”
Jamie Goode - S Magazine, Sunday Express 21/02/2016
Of the 2014 vintage, Jamie Goode said: “The Settesoli co-op pioneered the Fiano grape in Sicily and it produces very consistent, affordable, tasty whites like this. Here, bright pears and white-peaches are prominent along with some nice spicy interest.”
Cantine Settesoli is one of Europe's most important wine co-operatives. Created in 1960 it produces fantastic, fruit dominated wines that reflect the perfect Sicilian climate.
Domenico de Gregorio & Owen Bird
Sourced, from vineyards personally selected by the guiding hand of Diego Planeta, from the beautiful hillsides which surround the historic town of Menfi, in southwest Sicily.