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Mastroberardino Falanghina 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1798907
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Mastroberardino Falanghina 2011 750ml

Mastroberardino Falanghina

Colour: Light straw yellow with greenish reflections Nose: Fresh and fruity, with strong and persisitent notes of citrus fruit, pineapple and white flowers Palate: To the mouth, it confirms the full freshness noted in the bouquet, offering an assertive acidity in perfect balance with the structure of the wine

Classification: Sannio Doc
Grape Variety: Falanghina 100%
Type of soil: Chalky clay
Training system: 'Shouldered’ and pergola systems
Period of harvest: Late September
Yield per hectare: 8000 - 9000 Kg
Alcohol content: 12,5 %

A very well-balanced and versatile wine with a complex and individual character. At its best as an aperitif or with fish and seafood.

The historic Falanghina grape, which was first recorded almost two hundred years ago, in 1825, nowadays finds its epitome in the vineyards of the province of Benevento. The origin of the name is the latin word ‘phalange’, meaning ‘supported by stakes’. A selected vinification preserves its unique characteristics.

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Mastroberardino Mastroberardino Falanghina 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Mastroberardino Falanghina 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes Colour: Light straw yellow with greenish reflections Nose: Fresh and fruity, with strong and persisitent notes of citrus fruit, pineapple and white flowers Palate: To the mouth, it confirms the full freshness noted in the bouquet, offering an assertive acidity in perfect balance with the structure of the wine

Wine Maker Notes Classification: Sannio Doc
Grape Variety: Falanghina 100%
Type of soil: Chalky clay
Training system: 'Shouldered’ and pergola systems
Period of harvest: Late September
Yield per hectare: 8000 - 9000 Kg
Alcohol content: 12,5 %

Food Pairing A very well-balanced and versatile wine with a complex and individual character. At its best as an aperitif or with fish and seafood.

Additional Notes The historic Falanghina grape, which was first recorded almost two hundred years ago, in 1825, nowadays finds its epitome in the vineyards of the province of Benevento. The origin of the name is the latin word ‘phalange’, meaning ‘supported by stakes’. A selected vinification preserves its unique characteristics.