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Decanter Asia Wine Awards (2014): Commended medal The Tasting Panel (2015): 89/100
Bibenda (2016): 3 grapes out of 5
Bibenda (2019): 4 Grappoli


Appellation: Fiano Puglia IGP
Grape Variety: 100% Fiano
Altitude: 200 mt a.s.l
Viticultural Area: Canosa di Puglia and pre-hills of the Murgia, Castel del Monte DOC area
Land: Calcareous with medium consistency and deep tufaceous

Growing method: Vertical shoot positioning (VSP), cordon spur Density: 4500 plants/ha
Yield per hectare: 10,00 T/ha
Vinification process: Fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature (14-16°C
Maturation: 6 months in stainless steel tanks on the fine lees and then in the bottle
Testing notes: Chiancabianca is made with Fiano grapes, grown in the lime and mineral rich earth of Castel del Monte area. The name “Chiancabianca” translates from the local dialect as White Stone, used for centuries throughout the region as ornamental portals and paving-stones
Color: straw yellow with golden highlights
Aroma: rich with aroma of green apples
Taste: richly–structured with a persistent acidity
Food pairing: Suited to fish and sea-food. It also drinks very well with soft cheeses, or simply on its own as an aperitif. Serve at
Analytical data: pH: 3.54, Total acidity: 6.00 g/l,
Alcohol:12,00% vol
Residual sugar:1,6 g/l,

SO2 total:100 mg/l

The label

The label is developed around the concept of dynamic and spatial asymmetry through the form of the rhombus. Within it, triangles give rise to hexagons and parallelepipeds thus merge perfectly into a single harmonic. All the geometries on the label, together with slight variations of color, allow the differentiated readings by the observer that depend on the point of view: a recurring element in the narrative path.
Chiancabianca expresses the millenary civilization of our lands. In the local dialect the word “chianc” means “stone”. In white stone are the streets and sidewalks of our cities paved and the white Murgia the portals of the houses forged.