Falanghina wine from Sannio - Mastroberardino - White Wines
    Falanghina wine from Sannio - Mastroberardino - White Wines

    Falanghina wine from Sannio

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    Straw yellow colored wine, a fresh and fruity aroma with citrus notes, a very persistent flavor and an aftertaste of tropical fruits.

    The product represents an excellence of the territory certified 100% Made in Italy.

     

    Falanghina del Sannio DOC
    The name Falanghina probably derives from the use of poles called "phalanx" which since ancient times were used to support the vines. Although having written testimonies only from the mid-nineteenth century, experts maintain that it is a contemporary vine with respect to Fiano and Greco, which date back to the first century BC.
    NAME
    Falanghina del Sannio DOC
    VARIETY
    Falanghina 100%
    VINEYARD
    The Apice estate is mainly located on a medium-textured soil rich in skeleton with a predominantly south-east exposure and an average altitude of 350 m. s.l.m. The training system is espalier with guyot pruning with an average planting density of 4,000 vines / ha and a yield of approximately 85 q / ha and about 2 kg / vine.
    AGE
    15 years on average
    PERIOD AND COLLECTION SYSTEM
    End of September. Manual harvest.
    VINIFICATION AND AGING
    Classic white vinification in steel tanks (about 20 days) at a controlled temperature (16 ° C-18 ° C).

    Anno
    2021
    Color
    Giallo paglierino
    Region
    Campania
    Profumi
    fresh and fruity
    Gusto
    persistent with an aftertaste of tropical fruits
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    Cantine Mastroberardino is an iconic name in Italian winemaking, celebrated for its pioneering role in promoting the indigenous grape varieties of Irpinia and Campania.

    Founded in 1878 in Atripalda, Avellino, this family-run company holds a rich historical legacy spanning ten generations, preserving the ancient winemaking traditions of the region. Its estates are located in Irpinia, the birthplace of three DOCG wines: Greco di Tufo, Fiano di Avellino, and Taurasi. Divided into various areas of the region, these estates aim to conserve the identity and protection of unique terroirs. Mastroberardino is committed to safeguarding and promoting valuable grape varieties, including Aglianico, Fiano, Greco, Falanghina, Piedirosso, and Coda di Volpe, with roots that delve into the history of Greek colonization and ancient Rome.

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