Zensa Fiano IGP Salento Organic 2021

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Organic Italian White Wine The wine is straw yellow in colour and displays delicate aromas of lemon-lime, peach, almo...

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Organic Italian White Wine

The wine is straw yellow in colour and displays delicate aromas of lemon-lime, peach, almonds and honeysuckle. The palate is crisp and refreshing, with an elegant, mouth-watering balance of fruit and acidity.

Pairs well with appetisers & vegetarian dishes. We love pairing with our Sugo Pomodoro e Basilico - Organic Tomato & Basil Pasta Sauce, 350g & Orecchiette di Puglia, 500g for a true taste of Puglia. Excellent with grilled shellfish.

Wine Produced by Traditional Organic Methods

Zensa, pronounced 'senza', by Italian definition means 'without'.

It's a reference to their winemaking philosophy and practices, which are entirely organic and focus on as little human interference as possible. The team at Zensa focus on using organic grapes from Trapani and Puglia, crafting wines from indigenous varieties such as Primitivo, Nero D'Avola, and Fiano.

Net Volume: 75cl

ABV: 12.5%

Region: Puglia

Grape: Fiano

Allergens: Sulphites


Puglia is a region of Italy on the southern coast, known as the ‘heel’ of the ‘boot’ of Italy. Visitors can enjoy a piece of everything in Puglia from the Baroque streets in ‘The Florence in the South’ Lecce to the longest coastline in Italy and the unique stone-built, hobbit-style Trullo huts in Alberobello.

This is all dominated by the region’s most treasured source of income, olives. Puglia produces 40% of Italy’s olive oil, making it one of the largest in the world. This oil is used on pastas that are native to the region such as orechiette (little ears) which get their name from their distinctive shape. Orechiette is used in dishes such as orecchiette alle cime di rapa, a simple pasta that combines olive oil, pecorino and cime di rapa (a relative of the humble broccoli).

The most widely grown wine grape in the region is Negroamaro – literally ‘black bitter’. It is hardly grown outside the region and is used to produce some of Puglian’s best wines like Salice Salentino. Primitivo is also a very popular variety, producing rich, high alcohol red wines.