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 Dubl Spumante di Falanghina Brut 75 cl

 Feudi di San Gregorio

Dubl Spumante di Falanghina Brut 75 cl Feudi di San Gregorio

DUBL Falanghina

Type: Classical method sparkling wine

Minimum stay on lees: 12 months

Vine: Falanghina

Organoleptic examination: brilliant yellow color with a fine perlage. Strong and profound perfume, as befits its character.

Food pairings: every meal, particularly with traditional Campanian courses.

The vine
Falanghina is an ancient variety, already noted and appreciated by the Sannites and the Romans who also called it Falernia for its great circulation in the "Falernus Age." The Falerni were probably the Roman merchants who brought to Italy this grape from Greece, spreading its cultivation from central to southern Italy. The first written citation of of a grape with that name dates back to 1804; one can find then a work of the agriculture of Padre Ex-provinciale Niccola Columella Onorati that inserts Falanghina among the grapes that were "good to eat." Many years later, in the '30s, a group of enologists crowned Falanghina as one of the best Italian grapes, largely recommending its dissemination for the best production as in the principal wine zones of the south.





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