As seen in <a href="http://sobovoice.com/sobo_voice_baltimore_magazine/Sobo-Voice-June-July-2010.pdf">Sobo Voice</a>. "Summer favorites like squash blossoms, zucchini and fava beans are best matched with mineral driven white wines like Falanghina, Feudi di San Gregorio 2008 and 2008 Mica Vinho Verde."
External Reviews for Feudi di San Gregorio Falanghina Dubl
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.
Clean and modern, this wine's burnt orange and almond flavors are smoothed and sweetened by the vanillin of oak.
The 2008 Falanghina di Sannio is a very pretty, refined white. Layers of intensely perfumed fruit emerge from the glass as this stylish Falanghina struts its stuff. The wine offers excellent balance, and a long, harmonious close. This would make a great summer or aperitif wine. Anticipated maturity: 2009ndash;2011.
Falanghina, in all its funky glory, musky, warm and exotic, this one tastes more concentrated than usual, with honey notes adding weight to bright pear flavors. The hint of cumin brings a match of Keralan-spiced seafood to mind, but a basket of fried clams would do just as well.
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.
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.
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.