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Falanghina, also called Falanghina Greco, is a variety of wine grape, Vitis vinifera, used for white wines. It is an ancient grape variety which may have provided a basis for the classical Falernian wine, and has considerable character. It is cultivated on the coast of Campania north of Naples, and frequently consumed in southern Italy along with seafood. The name for the wine appears to derive from the Latin falangae, or stakes for supporting the grapes in a vineyard.

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  • Lapilli Falanghina Beneventano 2016


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    Wine review by martins2002

  • If you're looking for excuses to spend more money on the event, you can ... in a refreshing white like Falanghina in southern Italy. Translate that to even Kiwi pinot grigios if you must. Sparkling works, too. Ripe stone fruit, first choice peaches, then apricots and nectarines before plums, I would think. Skinned, with cuts down to the stone,... Read More

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  • Just served a very late lunch (started eating at 3:30) on a Friday afternoon ... ... combos tried were a 2013 Falanghina by Mastroberardino, a Fino sherry by Burdon, and a 2012 Chinon by Baudry. All were chilled, the Falanghina most and the Cab Franc least. I hadn't made this dish in 15 years, and the last time was in Puglia, so was experiment... Read More

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  • Keeping with the summery peaches theme, you could always go with a Bellini, ... pitcher half to 2/3 full of Falanghina topped off with peeled peach halves. Let it sit covered either in the fridge or in a bucket of ice for a few hours, and you're in busines Read More

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  • D--They are impressive, those Chianina.  The Chiangus are interesting, ... Just buy some Italian white. Falanghina from Italy is like $15 and our winemakers still haven't gotten the hang of it.  (What's Loureiro doing in that anyway Read More

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  • "Cotton candy and Melon nose, creamy with vibrant acidity and sensation of ... ... the bush and just have a Falanghina from Campania. They definitely do them better there. Lack of cotton candy is just the beginning. Fox, wouldn't want to meet a bull Chianina in a dark alley at night. No wonder their porterhouses are so huge. Read More

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  • Being a fan of Jolie-Laide and being that we have been drinking a lot of whites ... 2015 - $18 35% Cortese, 34% Falanghina & 31% Loureiro. I see at least 189 Scrabble points in there somewhere. 18 bottles remain         Super-duper limited in quantity, friends, so with pain in my heart I must say First-Come, First-Served. Wines are in the shop ... Read More

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  • Not to mention words to live by...I also find Italian whites a little bitter, ... WineMine and K&L.  Falanghina and Fiano are available more widely than most, Liveli is a bit brand for Fiano from Puglia and a go-to on my list.I tried that Sonoma-Loeb on your recommendation and it was "not among the best wines I've ever had" but I absolutely fi... Read More

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  • NG, anything that is drinkable at that price is a deal.  But these days ... can score whites from Fiano, Falanghina and a host of native white grapes for not a ton.GregT, thanks for the info on Gypsy.  Sadly, a lot of TJ wines are just Wine Group or Bronco junk these days.  There's certainly a place for the blenders and negociants at the table... Read More

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  • Dunc, we've heard that in Blighty you have to boil the vegetables for much ... Loire whites of any sort, falanghina, fiano... DVogler should be drinking more whites, and so should I. Ciguatera sounds horrible.  Remind me to steer clear of big reef fish. I always thought grunion runs were just and excuse to get a girl out at night in So Cal, bu... Read More

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  • Greetings, falanghina lovers! As a former resident of Campania [Licola for five years and Pozzuoli for eight years], I have a few bits of advice regarding this wine. First, there are many levels, as the grape is grown in backyards as well as vineyards. We've had a lot of home-grown falanghina, and some of it was okay. But consider these pro...

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