2019 Marrowbone Road Fiano

2019 Marrowbone Road Fiano

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Along Marrowbone Road you will find some of Australia's oldest vineyards, it is also where the Mount Pleasant winery calls home. Throughout the years, the vineyards have been thoughtfully adjusted to suit the times. With this in mind, Fiano was planted in 2014. 

This variety handles the often harsh conditions of the Hunter Valley with ease resulting in a textural wine with freshness and powerful fruit.



About this Wine


Hunter Valley, NSW


Adrian Sparks


Pale straw.


Hints of citrus, pear, and white peach are harmoniously integrated with spice, milk bottle and guava.


An intense, textural palate with excellent length and balance, with ripe citrus fruit prevalent


Hand picked off young vines, crushed to tank before being racked to old puncheons for natural fermentation. After 10 days, the barrels were topped and stirred for 8 months. Blended and bottled in December.



Peak Drinking

Will drink well now and for the short term.

Professional Reviews

93 Points - Huon Hooke

The Real Review

Light straw colour, with a bouquet of peach fuzz, ripe pear, straw in a quite distinctive framework. The palate is crisp and dry, linear and lovely palate flavour that is fruity and savoury at the same time. It is quite dry but seems to have a core of sweetness which is evidently coming only from good, ripe fruit. Clean, dry, refreshing finish. A very smart fiano.