Tasting Notes: Minerals, Orange Peel, Almond, Spice
Feudi di San Gregorio was established in 1986 in a tiny village in Campania near Mount Vesuvius. This highly acclaimed winery encourages us to rediscover the indigenous grapes of their region. Named after the method of vine cultivation in Sannio at the end of the Roman Era using Falangs (“poles”).
A medium intensity mouthfee that's medium bodied, medium acidity, very well balanced, and has a little tingle on the tongue. The palate features crisp minerality, yellow apple, pear, citrus, lychee, with hints of spice, light almond and a slightly bitter orange peel character. Falanghina accompanies various types of appetizers, simple fish dishes, oyster's seafood plater and fish and chips.