Falanghina is a deliciously refreshing white from the southern Italian region of Campania experiencing a renaissance recently. With a fuller body it has the ability to pair with everything from fresh grilled seafood, to tomato and herb laden dishes or can be perfectly enjoyed on its own as an aperitif.
A light, crisp white full of ripe stone fruit and citrus flavours with an intriguing touch of sage.
Antipasti & Seafood & Risotto
Wine Type White Wine
Style Crisp, Dry Whites
Grower Name Vigne Sannite
Grape Variety Falanghina
Closure Synthetic Cork
The Castelvenere Cantina gathers grapes from a group of experienced winegrowers and uses their expert team to transform them into the distinguished wines behind the Sannite Vigne label. Using only native grape varietals and adhering to strict production regulations, Vigne Sannite produces distinct wines that reflect the unique terroir of the Campania region. Read MoreView More Wines By Vigne Sannite
Campania is a beautiful region in southern Italy centred around Naples. Abundant sunshine, hillside vineyards and volcanic soils make the region well-suited for the production of quality wine, which is concentrated mainly on local, traditional grape varieties. Of these, Aglianico produces superb red wines but is at least rivalled in quality by the whites Fiano and Greco… Read MoreView More Wines From Campania
Falanghina (pronounced FA-lan-GHEE-nah) is a white grape native to the Italian region of Campania where its cultivation is centred around the province Benevento north of Napoli. Whilst the grape has always produced lean wines with fresh acidity, the application of modern, cool temperature winemaking have uncovered its ability to product aromatic wines with notes of apple and… Read MoreView More Wines With Falanghina Grapes