Oliver’s Taranga Fiano 2021

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Thank goodness Fiano – rhymes with piano – is easy to pronounce, otherwise we might have missed out on the great drinking enjoyment this Southern Italian white grape brings. Pronunciation difficulties have been the bane of good grapes before, look
at Viognier and Gruner Veltliner. Fiano has brought texture into our lives. As an early adopter, Oliver’s Taranga knows the grape well and explores its textural beauty nicely in the 2021 vintage. Concentrated aromas of stone fruit, citrus and apple. Cuts loose in the flavour department with the addition of pear, stewed apple and a nutty richness, but it is the textural warmth that is so
compelling. Suddenly, the food matching options explode.

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