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was established in 1934 in Piedmont and has steadily broadened their
business to produce wines from many vineyards throughout
Italy. This one comes from the region of Campani.
The Falanghina grape may well have been the variety responsible for ancient Rome’s most famous wine, Falernum.
Tasting Notes: Pale straw, with varietal aromas, a clean, dry mid-palate and an intriguing finish. Enjoy with antipasti, poultry and seafood.
Classification: Beneventano, IGP
Area of Production: Beneventano Province
Grape Variety: 100% Falanghina
Soil: Mid-mixture, loose and well-drained soil.
Average Age of Vines: 15 years
Spacing of Plants: 1,200 per acre
Trellising System: Guyot
Production per Acre: 3.79 tons
Vinification Technique: Fermentation for about 15 days at a controlled temperature in Stainless Steel.
Maturation: Stainless Steel. Bottled in March
Total Acidity: 5.57 g/l
Residual Sugar: 6.50 g/l
Total Cases Produced: 10,000