Falanghina Sannio DOC Feudi di San Gregorio Sorbo Serpico Kampanien 2009
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The 2009 Falanghina flows with layers of intensely perfumed white peaches and mint. This crisp, refreshing wine is sure to be a crowd-pleasing warm weather white, as it is absolutely delicious. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2012. -Antonio Galloni Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Falanghina wine from Campania in Italy. 2009 Feudi di San Gregorio Falanghina 750ml
Springtime, blossoming flowers and ripe fruit: not only does this describe the season, but this fresh white wine from Italy as well. Luscious, fully rounded pear, melon and honey flavors lead into a delightfully smooth and supple finish showing relatively low acid levels. Sure to please any crowd.
Imagine swaying on a hammock between two leaning palms somewhere off on a south sea island, while sipping a cool glass of Falanghina, as warm tropical breezes of papaya, banana, pineapple and coconut bathe sunlit, citric flavors.
Wild aromas of honeycomb, flowers and melons. Full-bodied and round, with loads of fruit and a honey, melon and rose water aftertaste. One of Italy's great values.
Aromatic nose of honeysuckle, white pepper, licorice and mint. Juicy and vibrant, wit intense flavors of peach, pear, pineapple and spice. Very fresh, shapely wine with good lift and a spicy finish.
Hailing from the Falanghina DOC in Campania, this white is 100% Falanghina. The nose is saturated by hints of apple, banana and pineapple, while the palate is medium-bodied and fresh, with a lingering aftertaste of citrus and minerals. Enjoy with seafood, pasta, risotto, sushi and sashimi.
Tangy tangerine flavors and subtle scents of prickly pear balance this winersquo;s intriguing desert spice. The austere structure with its hint of tale will stand up to grilled polpo.
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