Produced from sweet grapes

It takes its name from the homonymous vine, which the Romans called Vitis apiana, thanks to the bees, which were and remain particularly fond of the sweetness of these grapes. The wine Fiano di Avellino Docg is produced from the grapes of the Fiano vine, to which can be added the grapes of the Greek, Coda di Volpe white and Trebbiano Toscano, up to a maximum of 15%.

Fiano Di Avellino DOCG - Crypta Castagnara Cellars Our Fiano Di Avellino Docg is the result of the vinification in purity of this grape, grown at an altitude of 450 m. above sea level, from these lands you get this prestigious wine that has a straw yellow color and intense aromas.

The taste emits a hint of toasted hazelnut, a structured wine our Fiano Di Avellino Docg, drunk even after 2/3 years of aging maintains all its expressiveness.

Data sheet


Fiano di Avellino 100% vol. 12.5 °

Altitude of the vineyards

400/450 s.l.m

Grape production area

Grottolella - Capriglia Irpina

Organoleptic characteristics

Unmarked straw yellow wine with intense and persistent fruity aromas. The aftertaste leaves notes of ripe pear, pineapple and toasted hazelnuts. Serve at a temperature of 10 ° C.


As an aperitif or in combination with fish dishes, risottos, unripe cheeses.