Falanghina is a very characterful ancient white grape which may have provided a basis for the classical falernian and is still grown on the south west of Italy near Naples. It surrounds the Mediterranean basin with abundant sunshine and hillside sites for vineyards, and volcanic soil quite suitable for vine growing.
This wine exhibits romas of white flowers, tree fruit, and citrus. The medium body and creamy texture is surprising for such an aromatic variety. Additional complexities such as a chalky minerality are found on the crisp, clean palate with a lengthy finish.