Fiano di Avellino is a DOCG wine whose production is allowed in 26 municipalities of the province of Avellino, where the vine was brought by the Greeks and whose first vines were planted in Lapio. The name Vitis Apicia or Apina seems to derive from the characteristic, typical of this sweet-scented grape, of attracting swarms of bees to the vineyards. Apina derived from apina, from this Afiana and therefore fiano. It was once a sweet, slightly sparkling wine. Today the Fiano di Avellino DOCG is a dry, intense, elegant and structured white wine, also suitable for aging, characteristics that derive both from the climate of Irpinia which is characterized by mild temperatures in summer but rigid in winter, with hot and cold nights. The role played by the territory is also very important, which is characterized by clayey and fertile soils. The grape variety used for the vinification is that of 100% pure Fiano. The origin of the vines lies in the municipality of Montefalcione in the province of Avellino. The training system is the classic Guyot system with a plant density that reaches 4,000 plants per hectare of land. The yield developed reaches 65 quintals per hectare of vineyard land. The harvest period takes place after the first ten days of November, the harvesting method is traditional by hand. For the vinification proceeds with the soft pressing of the berries and the fermentation at a controlled temperature of maximum 18 ° C in stainless steel vats.