||fallanghina, fallanghina verace, uva falerna, falerno veronese, biancuzita.
||Second half of September.
||Media and constant, good allegation.
||It is currently spread mainly in Campania. Finds its best habitat in the Falerno area of Mexico, in the island of Procida, in the area of the Phlegrean Fields and Sannio.
||This vine has probably very ancient origins and it seems that in Sannio it was cultivated already in Roman times. The first reliable news comes back to 1825, although this vine has been confused with others on several occasions.
||Leaf: medium or small size, cuneiform, rarely orbicular, trilobate and less often pentalobata, top glabra, with green ribs and red streaks.
Bunch: Medium or medium (18-24 cm) medium-sized, medium-sized, often sparrowy, cylindrical, sometimes conical for the presence of a short, short, slightly visible peduncle, herbaceous tending to lignification towards attack with The ripening of the grape.
Acino: medium, spheroidal, regular, circular cross section, persistent little navel, pruinous skin, yellowish-gray skin regularly distributed, thick and consistent; Colorless, rightly acidic juice, crisply crisp, with a neutral or almost taste (light ginky flavor); Slightly long and thin pedicel, greenish, slightly unknowing, green; Short and yellowish brush; Separation of the pedicle from the acin: just hard.
||The wine that comes with the falanghina is of straw yellow color tending to the golden, with intense and fruity scent. The taste shows good pseudo-caloric feelings, good softness, freshness not always determined and a pleasant taste-olfactory persistence.
||Resistance to diseases: shows some resistance to mildew and oily, while it is a little sensitive to rotting.