WTF: What the Falanghina?


This ancient grape is mainly found in the southern Italian region of Campania, in the district of Falerno del Massico and Sannio. “Campania is best known for the appealing cacophony of Naples, the beauty of the Amalfi Coast and the cerulean blue waters of Capri more so than it is for wine,” says Karen MacNeil in The Wine Bible. While there were only three main wineries in 1970, today more than 100 exist. The grape varieties also top 100. One of them being Falanghina Greco Continue Reading →