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Marsella
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Guido Marsella is one of the pioneers of the rediscovery and valorization of Fiano di Avellino in the Summonte area, today considered as a cru that gives the wines a well-recognizable and expressive stamp. After a career as a building contractor for the family business, Guido fell in love with the countryside, and in 1995, purchased land in the Summonte area of Iripinia, and founded "Tenute Marsella". Guido was the first Fiano producer to release the wines a year after their harvest in a state of complete maturation, inaugurating a new path, later undertaken by other producers.

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FALANGHINA

Bright straw yellow; freshly-picked flowers and fruit capture your senses. Lively flavours of minerals and complexity unfold. Light-bodied, lively and dynamic.

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"Perfect for fish with delicate sauces, shellfish, white meats, soft cheeses or goats cheeses."

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FIANO DI AVELLINO

Bright straw yellow; herbaceous notes of sage and chamomile capture your senses. The palate is rich and balanced.

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"I happily pair this wine with a dish of pasta and peas rich in both bacon and Ragusano cheese."

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GRECO DI TUFO

Intense straw yellow; fresh fruit and subtle minerals encompass your senses; light-bodied, harmonious and round with a fruity aftertaste.

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"I happily pair this wine with a dish of pasta and peas rich in both bacon and Ragusano cheese."

"This wine is perfect with shellfish, but best with buffalo mozzarella, chopped red prawns and truffle."

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