|Winery:||Defalco Family Wines|
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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.– Description from Wencis Jude Acosta
Dry white wine with a floral and fruity bouquet, reminiscent of dried apricots, ripe peaches, and honey. Goes well by itself. Had it with chicken and it didn't go well, but it's a very delicious wine and value from someone who dislikes white wine.
|Winery:||Feudi di San Gregorio|
Very floral and enticing nose, with a medium body, citrus, mineral, and floral palate.
|Winery:||Terredora di Paolo|
Very fruit driven on the nose with chalky lemon notes over grapefruit rind and peach fruit. On entry his is bright and juicy with lovely fruit that recalls the chalky citrus of the nose in a medium bodied package with juicy acidity and good length. Th...
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|Winery:||Rancho Ponte Vineyard|
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History of the grape: Trebbiano is one of the world’s most widely planted white grape varietals, not only for wines, ...
The appropriately named Flora, a cross of Gewürztraminer and Semillon, was developed by Dr. Harold Olmo, UC Davis’ le...
History of the grape: There is documented proof of the existence of Aglianico in Basilicata, Italy as far back as the...
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You can search past Forum threads for examples of differing wine approaches to ... Vinho Verde from Portugal or Falanghina from southern Italy, and half a good Riesling Kabinett from Germany....&nbs Read More
Ian Cauble often has interesting wines at his Somm Select site. Today's ... ... long ago. The wine, a Falanghina blend, is deceptively lovely--seemingly simple yet hitting the spot perfectly with its fresh acidity and nuances of fruit. Cantine Marisa Cuomo, Furore Bianco Costa d'Amalfi, Campania, Italy 2013 An hour drive south of Naples... Read More
This is a beautiful wine. Very smooth and easy to drink. Quite a lot of mineral taste matched with fruits like peach. Read More
Ah, another beautiful weekend out here in Virginia. Last night Sandra and ... ... Sandra had a white wine (Falanghina, Terredora Dipaolo, Montefusco, Italy) and us other three shared a bottle of a Chilean Carmenere ($45 per bottle). That bottle didn't last long so we ordered a bottle of a Cabernet Sauvignon 'Educated Guess' that was $42 a bot... Read More
You can use red, you can use white (one of my favorites is peeled-and-pitted ... peaches in a big carafe of falanghina or greco di tufo--or any acidic white you might otherwise have lying around) or rose or mix any or all of the above. Try it with any fruit you have handy until you learn the balance between acid and sweet. Small batches at fir... Read More
Groth was the first Napa wine to get 100 from Parker, FWIW. I think since ... ... theme. Muscadet, Falanghina, more Picpoul, Manseng, Furmint. Read More
Does the fruit from that Bedrock come from Old Hill, Will Bucklin's ... up ... up and really reminded me of Falanghina, with that kind of sneaky weight and the slightly bitter finish, like bitter almond maybe? Wife liked it quite a bit, too, but I think the babysitter was only lukewarm on it.After taking off Friday and Saturday from wine (but... Read More
OK, Bocron, check this out. Here we are going to have a discussion ... ... the research. The one Falanghina I've ever tried seemed to have more mineral in it than fruit. I do see that relatively recently I had an Arneis that I described has having a lemony tartness. I also had a Vernaccia that I described as having some tartness and, also,... Read More
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$14 . Richly aromatic, with warm orchard fruit and slightly tropical citrus aromas accented by a nice sweet floral note. Moderately rich on entry, this shows fine tension between the fine base of sweet citrus fruit and sharper floral and mineral notes, gaining a hint of smoke and a touch of bitterness on the back end. This is refreshing without... Read More