Falanghina | Vadiaperti
DENOMINATION: IGT Beneventano
GRAPES: Falanghina 100%
PROVENANCE: Italy, Campania
AGEING POTENTIAL: 2 years
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8-10° C
GLASS: medium-size white wine glass
ALCOHOL: 12,5% vol
FORMAT: 75 cl
NOTES FROM OUR SOMMELIERS
👁 a beautiful straw yellow;
👃🏻 the nose stands out above all floral and fruity scents, of yellow peach and tropical fruit);
👄 on the palate it is fresh, savory and mineral, with an excellent body; it closes with a typically almond finish, very elegant.
This Falanghina is characterized by great elegance, it prefers not too structured dishes, especially if the refined ones of the Campania cuisine. Excellent with fish or vegetable dishes, to try with boiled grouper fillets.WINE-MAKING AND REFINEMENT
Falanghina offers fine and fresh grapes, carefully selected, which perfectly express the vine and the soils on which it grows. Only steel for an enveloping and balanced white.
YOU'LL LOVE IT FOR...
its structure and elegance.
We are in Campania, in the province of Avellino, an area known as the "Avellino basin", of volcanic origin in the Campania Apennines. The climate is temperate with a considerable diversity of temperature and rainfall even at a distance of a few kilometers.
For wine, the province of Avellino stands out over the other provinces of Campania for the presence of three of the four DOCGs of the region.The Fiano di Avellino DOCG is dedicated to wines obtained from the vinification of the grapes of the Fiano, Greco, Coda di Volpe and Trebbiano Toscano vines. The wines of the Greco di Tufo DOCG, the most famous of the area, are obtained instead from Greco and tail of fox, in the still white and sparkling types. Only Aglianico produces the wine of Taurasi DOCG, known as the "Barolo of the south" for its predisposition to aging. The reserve type requires four years of aging, of which at least 18 months in wooden barrels. The only DOC present in the province of Avellino is the Irpinia DOC, while the IGT is the regional denomination Campania IGT.
We are in Montefredane, in the heart of Irpinia, and the first bottle of Fiano di Avellino labeled Vadiaperti dates back to 1984. The winery has six hectares of vineyards and has always pursued the enhancement of native vines. Raffaele Troisi has set up the work in the vineyard so that human intervention must be minimal. Its vineyards are between 400 and 600 meters above sea level, along the valley of the Sabato river, grown with Fiano, Greco, tail of fox and Aglianico.In the cellar the style is that of the vineyard, to enhance the territory and traditions, and to enclose the Campania wine in every bottle.
Since 2011 a new project has been launched, Traerte, a name that means “between mountain roads”. Constant in the wines produced by the Troisi family is the stylistic coherence, far from the oenological trends, but instead close to the traditions, the only variables capable of giving wines with personality, elegant, rich in aromas and aromas.
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