A relatively new kid on the block, Guido
Marsella left his family's construction business in 1995 to
establish his winery.
He had a vision to revive one of his favorite varietals, Fiano,
which at the time had a bad reputation. His vineyards sit on 62
acres of land in a town called Summonte in the region of Campanhia.
Marsella harvests as late as possible to ensure optimum ripeness,
then ferments in 100% stainless steel tanks and cellars the wine
for 18 months prior to release. Rightfully nicknamed "Mr. Fiano",
Marsella's wines are highly expressive of its terroir and embody
everything that Fiano should be. Under the brand of Poggi Reali he
also produces Greco di Tufo.
- Grown and vinified carefully in a high altitude and mountainous
zone to showcase the huge potential of this variety
- Small production of 500 to 800 cases per annum
- 12 months lees aging
- The focus is on Fiano but some production of Greco di Tufo