Falanghina: This ancient vine formed perhaps the basis of the
Falerno wine, cultivated aroundNaples for a long time; its presence is
mentioned in 1825 among the most popular vines of the Area.
Apparently, the name of this variety is derived from its requirement, since it has a strong growth, to rest on supporting posts, called falanga, therefore falanghina means “vine supported by posts”.
Grape: 100% Falanghina
Origin: IGP Puglia White
Altitude: 150- 200 meters above sea level
Conduction: espalier trees
Yield per Hectare: 100 quintals (10 tons)
Harvest System: Manual
Vinification: soft pressing, fermentation instainless steel tanks with temperature control of 14 degrees °C
Maturing and aging: stainless steel tanks and in bottles.
Tasting notes: Of a straw yellow colour, it opens up olfactory with fruity and vanilla perfumes, it has a soft and pleasantly warm flavour and a good level of persistence. It is a perfect with crustaceans, starters and tasty fish dishes.