Among the varieties proving increasingly most appropriate to many of our viticultural zones, Fiano and Nebbiolo are arguably the most exciting. This is good. Candied lemon zest, fennel and sherbet meander across a viscous frame accented by a wash of gentle acidity. This is easy drinking.
Rating: 92 Points
Source: Ned Goodwin, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
“The star white grape variety from McLaren Vale.
Pear, dried herb, fennel. Flavour and weight, almost into a pineapple juiciness, slight bitter herb, fine dusty texture, raw almond. Good finish. Broader feeling release, but still controlled and very good to drink.”
Rating: 92 points
Source: Gary Walsh, The Wine Front, February 2020
Coriole Fiano 2019
“Light, bright yellow hue, with a ripely spicy, stone-fruit, nectarine aroma which hints at pineapple and tropical flowers. Attractive flavour and weight, very smart balance and softness coupled to a dry, savoury finish that persists well.”
Rating: 90 Points
Source: Huon Hooke, The Real Review, February 2020