The history of the Fabiano Winery was founded in 1912 when the founder Francesco Fabiano, with his son Sergio, began to sell their wines in the city of Venice and from this expands its activity in the Veneto hinterland to Verona. At the end of the fifties Sergio Fabiano and his sons moved permanently to Verona, initially in the Cellar of Colà di Lazise where the trade activity took place in all of Northern Italy. In the following decade the family began the construction of a new winery in Sona which became, starting in the early seventies, one of the largest wineries in Italy in terms of volumes of wine produced. The commercial growth of the eighties and nineties saw Fabiano wines exported to all the main countries of the world in ever increasing volumes making Fabiano one of the main wineries of the Verona and national oenology.
Harvest in early October. Slight drying means that the grapes are left to dry slightly, in the same way used for Amarone grapes, but only for a few weeks. This drying period gives a great concentration of body, taste and fruit which is immediately recognizable in the glass.
Delicate aroma of ripe cherries and sweet spices. Flavor rich in intense cherries and berries, good length and soft tannins.
Excellent served with grilled meats and aged cheeses.