In 1995, Guido Marsella left his family’s construction business 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 at approximately 2640 feet above sea level. Marsella harvests as late as possible to ensure optimum ripeness, then ferments in 100% stainless steel tanks, then 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.