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The wine pours a light, golden straw color. On the nose the wine had a cornucopia of aromas. My notes included: apple, peach, grapefruit, almond, and honey. On the palate the wine was complex with all of those aromas translating to flavors along with a bright minerality. The wine was full-bodied with an unexpected creaminess and structure. This was a fascinating wine and I can't wait to get my hands on more bottles of Fiano to compare.
There is a restaurant in Rome that made a unique gelato al tartufo. I love the intersection of sweet and savory, so I will have to track that down the next time I make it back to my favorite city in the world!