Colli di Lapio di Romano Clelia Fiano di Avellino DOCG
Vinous Review: 91 points
"Bright straw. Lemon verbena and chamomile notes complicate ripe apricot and pear on the nose and palate. Rich and round, conveying a tactile mouthfeel that is no doubt due to the must staying in contact with the lees for 23 months. Finishes fresh and very long, with a lacy stony undertone. Those who have followed my writings on Italian wines over the years know that I consider Clelia Romano’s Fiano di Avellino to be one of Italy's half dozen greatest white wines, but I find this 2014 (and some other recent vintages too) to be riper in style and much less mineral than usual."
Wine Spectator Review: 90 points
"A sleek, aromatic white, with hints of petrol and fresh herb, layering racy acidity with flavors of nectarine, melon, sliced almond and ground spice on the mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2018. 4,580 cases made."