Fiano Dal Vulcano

Fiano is a native grape grown in Campania, a region with areas of tuff (volcanic ash rock) and thermal water sources.

Thriving in the volcanic soils, this varietal produces a fresh and balanced wine, with a distinct mineral character, tropical fruit flavours and a good persistence.

The grapes are crushed, destemmed and softly pressed. After static decantation/flotation, vinification is carried out at controlled temperature with selected yeasts and with storage on fine lees. The wine maker is Walter Zuccotto.


Dal Vulcano’s vineyards are based in the Beneventano region, a key IGT title used in southern Italy’s Campania. It is one of 10 IGT titles in Campania and covers the Benevento province in its entirety and ranks among the most successful IGTs in all of Italy.




Grape Varieties:
Tasting Notes:

Straw yellow; intense bouquet with notes of honey and tropical fruit. A richly textured wine with elegant flavours of hazelnuts and honey, spice and tropical fruit such as pineapple and a distinct mineral character.

Food matching: Fiano works well with seafood-baked fish, shellfish, etc. It’s perfect with vegetarian pasta dishes, where the crispness of the wine offsets the richness of cream-based sauces and complements the acidity of tomato based recipes.

Vegan , Vegetarian

About the Producer


Enoitalia derives from ‘e eni Italia’ – “And us, Italy”.

The project started in 1986 and, under the management of Giorgio Pizzolo and his three brothers Giuliano, Augusto and Floriano, for the past 30 years has had a clear objective: to be global ambassadors for Italian wine.

Valuing and promoting the uniqueness of each Italian varietal and its region, 80% of its production is exported to over 80 countries on 5 continents.

The growth of Enoitalia is supported through this international development, by its unique business model and by continuous investments in production capacity and distribution network.

Starting long before it became fashionable, they have a long track record in sustainability – their latest project is to significantly reduce their energy requirements. They are part of VIVA, a project of the government ministry for the ecological transition of Italian viticulture.

They strongly believe in high-certified quality standards and follow the stringent protocols of evaluation of many global certification standards.