||An ancient vine, which possibly formed the basis of the classic wine Falerno. The first to mention it as one of the varieties cultivated around Naples was Acerbi. Subsequently Carlucci noted Falanghina as one of the most esteemed vines of Naples and the Terra del Lavoro. The name seems to have derived from the fact that the vine due to its expansive growth pattern was tied to poles called 'falanga' so falanghina comes from 'vines sustained on poles'
|Composition of the land
||Rich soils of medium density in the Benevento area where its aromatic notes reminiscent of tropical fruit are exulted.
||The last days of September, grapes are selected in vineyard, handpicked
||Light pressing of whole cluster, static clearing, fermentation is partially carried out using autochthonous yeast starter