Scott Fiano
by Max@Winebins
Reviewed on Mon, 23/03/2015 - 06:32am
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8
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8
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Sav Blanc
$25.00

Tasted the Scott Fiano Friday night and I had forgotten just how good this variety is, and even more how it is suited to the Australian summer and our food.

Aged in old French oak its fresh on the nose and the plate with white flowers, citrus and a chalky just off dry flavour of minerals interwoven with lemon and a slight bitter twist on the savoury finish.

This grape variety is not as popular as it should be, truly if you enjoy sav/blanc (God only knows why) then explore some European styles you may just be impressed by there crisp sharp flavours.

Best of all we enjoyed this wine in a park with a good charcoal grilled chicken with lemon dressing and cold potato salad.

Max at WINEBINS
There are times when simple food and a bottle of wine.
Whilst sitting in the park on a warm night can bring the perfect dinning experience.
It can also lead to sex (sorry just dreaming)


 
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