||Light yellow with golden hues, fresh and exuberant aroma of bananas and tropical fruits. Full bodied palate with a refreshing, pleasant and fruity character, as well as long aftertaste
||Crustaceans, fish dishes and white meat
||Ancient vine that perhaps was the basis of the classic Falernian wine, grown in the Naples area for a long time. It is quoted from his presence by Acerbi in 1825 and then entered by Carlucci (in-Verrnorel Viala, 1909) among the most popular varieties in the area. The variety’s name seems to derive from the need of the vine to be supported by tutors, because of tis spreading habit. These support poles called “falanga”.