Terredora di Paolo

CampoRe Fiano Di Avellino DOCG

CampoRe Fiano Di Avellino DOCG
Italy

White wine100 %Fiano
  • Tasting Notes
  • Pairs With
    Fish
    Pasta
    rice
  • ColorStraw yellow color with golden reflections.
  • NoseComplex and elegant with notes of mature fruit such as pears and citurs, with hints of honey, acacia flowers and vanilla.
    Honeyhoney
    Orange Blossomorange-blossom
    Vanillavanilla
  • FlavorRich and ripe in the mouth with good length.

Campania At a Glance

Region Name Campania

Like many Italian regions, Campania is home to an impressive array of grape varieties, some found almost nowhere else on earth. Its most important variety is arguably Aglianico, the grape behind the region’s two most famous and respected red wines: Taurasi and Aglianico del Taburno.

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Vintage Publication Score Review Date POS Generator
2020 Wine Advocate 90 Oct 2022 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2018 Wine Advocate 89 Oct 2022 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2016 James Suckling 93 Nov 2020 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2016 Wine Spectator 92 Nov 2021 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2016 Wine Advocate 92 Aug 2021 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2016 Vinous Media 90 Jan 2022 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2016 Wine Enthusiast 89 Apr 2022 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2015 Wine Spectator 91 Sep 2019 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2015 Wine Enthusiast 88 Nov 2019 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2013 Wine Advocate 91 Aug 2021 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
2008 James Suckling 92 Nov 2020 Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 90 Vintage 2020 Wine Advocate The Terredora di Paolo 2020 Fiano di Avellino Ex Cinere Resurgo starts off slowly, but once those wheels start turning, the wine reveals a full and generous bouquet with bergamot, citrus, white peach, crunchy pear and wet stone minerality. A second wave of aromas introduces floral elements of orange blossom and jasmine. This is an honest and well-made expression of Fiano offered over an ambitious production of 96,000 bottles. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 89 Vintage 2018 Wine Advocate This wine has now been bumped up to Riserva status. It ages on the fine lees in barrique and later finishes in the bottle for three years. That's a lot of fuss for a wine that is indeed nice but that does not have a huge leg up on the estate's entry-level Fiano. In fact, I prefer the Ex Cinere Resurgo series at half the price. The Terredora di Paolo 2018 Fiano di Avellino Riserva CampoRe lacks some of the inner energy we get in the other wine. This flatter approach focuses on creamy apple, green banana and pastry cream. Fruit is sourced from the oldest vines, and production is 6,000 bottles. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 93 Vintage 2016 James Suckling Lots of blanched almonds, red apples and a touch of beeswax. It’s medium-bodied with a waxy texture and crisp acidity. More almonds and citrus pith on the palate lead to a long, focused finish. Hints of smoke and vanilla underneath it all. Drink now. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 92 Vintage 2016 Wine Spectator Lush notes of baked white peach, toasted hazelnut and lemon meringue pie are backed by a firm and well-meshed spine of acidity in this fragrant white. Medium-bodied and mouthwatering, with pretty accents of spice, chalk and lime blossom lingering on the finely-detailed finish. Drink now through 2026. 1,050 cases made, 50 cases imported. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 92 Vintage 2016 Wine Advocate The 2016 Fiano di Avellino CampoRe opens to a luminous golden color and bright aromas of lemon zest, bitter almond, garden herb and crushed stone. At the middle of it all is some cushiony fruit that resembles white peach and honeydew melon. This is a gorgeous Fiano di Avellino with a touch of age that comes off as candied fruit and ash. Sample it with a goat cheese appetizer. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 90 Vintage 2016 Vinous Media The 2016 Fiano di Avellino CampoRe is delicate and understated, wafting up with nuances of chamomile, almond paste and vanilla custard. It’s rich and pliant in feel, impressing with its inner floral perfumes and mix of ripe apricot and peach fruits. Juicy acidity maintains freshness and drive, as salty minerals linger along with a bitter hint of raw hazelnut. While quite enjoyable today, I wouldn’t hold the 2016 much longer in fear of its oak-influenced notes outweighing its fruit over time. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 89 Vintage 2016 Wine Enthusiast The nose is rather shy but eventually reveals white flower, cedar and citrus. Fermented in barriques, the firm, structured palate features Meyer lemon, yellow apple, coconut and coffee bean before finishing on a hint of chestnut honey and toasted nut. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 91 Vintage 2015 Wine Spectator An expressive version, medium-bodied and well-spiced, this knits bright acidity to a round, creamy profile of nectarine, blood orange peel, grilled nut and lime blossom. A tangy streak of saline drives the mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2025. 1,083 cases made, 75 cases imported. –AN Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 88 Vintage 2015 Wine Enthusiast Toasted almond, acacia honey and pressed yellow flower aromas take shape in the glass. Lean and linear, the firm palate offers oak, vanilla, butterscotch, lemon and a honeyed note alongside bright acidity. KERIN O’KEEFE Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 91 Vintage 2013 Wine Advocate Here's a brief trip back in time. The Terredora di Paolo 2013 Fiano di Avellino CampoRe brings us back a few years and opens a wide window onto the aging potential of this versatile and popular white grape from Campania. The bouquet offers dried citrus and peach, but the wine is almost equally characterized by crushed stone and light dustings of ash. This vintage's more evolved state points to tangy aromas of dried ginger and powdered licorice. Shelf Talker Full Page Review
  • Score: 92 Vintage 2008 James Suckling Very ripe fruit with black pepper, bark and some clove on the nose. Full-bodied with dense fruit that verges on being jammy, as well as cracked pepper. A little clumsy in the palate, but attractive all the same. Drink now. Shelf Talker Full Page Review