Falanghina is a white wine variety cultivated in the Benevento district in the Region of Campania in Southern Italy. The wine is fermented and matured in stainless steel containers.
The appearance is of pale straw yellow with greenish hues. The nose has a fresh and fruity character, typically Falanghina distinct notes of citrus-blossom aromas of pear and acacia with some tropical notes of pineapple. On the palate the wine is pleasant and persistent, balanced by a pleasant fruity medium to long finish.
This all leads to an attractive wine which is both well balanced and versatile. Falanghina is light enough for a lunch, fresh enough to drink as an aperitif, and tangy enough to accompany food. In particular it is able to accompany tomato heavy pasta dishes and all kinds of seafood dishes.