Falanghina Beneventana IGT

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Among the berry vines white of Campania felix the Falangina is surely one of the most ancient and today one of the most affiermed, beside Coda di Volpe and Greco.

Exclusively produced by Tenuta Ponte in the selected vineyasrds and with grapes harvest performed to hand, the Falanghina of the Beneventano is a white wine of pale yellow color and with greenish reflexes, with the characteristic and very soft taste, harmonic, persistent.

The bouquet is variousm thin and extremely pleasant, and wine also preserves its characteristic aroma after two years from the winemaking. Drunk fresh (8-10°) it ideally accompanies with fish, shellfishes, appetizers and delicate courses.

Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso

Edizione 2009
Edizione 2008
Edizione 2005

I Vini d’Italia L’Espresso

Edizione 2014
Edizione 2012
Edizione 2011
Edizione 2010
Edizione 2008
Edizione 2007

Almanacco del Berebene
Gambero Rosso
Edizione 2008

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Falanghina Beneventana IGT

Indicazione Geografica Tipica

Among the berry vines white of Campania felix the Falangina is surely one of the most ancient and today one of the most affiermed, beside Coda di Volpe and Greco.

Exclusively produced by Tenuta Ponte in the selected vineyasrds and with grapes harvest performed to hand, the Falanghina of the Beneventano is a white wine of pale yellow color and with greenish reflexes, with the characteristic and very soft taste, harmonic, persistent.

The bouquet is variousm thin and extremely pleasant, and wine also preserves its characteristic aroma after two years from the winemaking. Drunk fresh (8-10°) it ideally accompanies with fish, shellfishes, appetizers and delicate courses.

Vini d’Italia Gambero Rosso

Edizione 2009
Edizione 2008
Edizione 2005

I Vini d’Italia L’Espresso

Edizione 2014
Edizione 2012
Edizione 2011
Edizione 2010
Edizione 2008
Edizione 2007

Almanacco del Berebene
Gambero Rosso
Edizione 2008

webmastFalanghina Beneventana IGT