Fruity and mineral, Falanghina grapes have been thriving in Italy's deep south for centuries.
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The area of the Falanghina grape used to be overrun by wolves, partly due to the relatively cool climate and partly because its landscape consisted of pure wilderness: a setting which assisted in the preservation of indigenous grapes.
A mouthful of summer with a pleasant soft floral and honey blend, we recommend to drink it with aperitivos, but it also goes especially well with seafood. Think crab toasts as the sun goes down, crispy skin sea bream with a drizzle of olive oil and grilled red mullet with roasted fennel and a little saffron aioli.
San Salvatore's close proximity to the Mediterranean Sea provides the perfect setting to ripen the grapes of the Aglianico, whilst the Fiano gains strength and flavour, and the Greco develops an explosive taste. This deep connection with the land is not only part of the reason their wines taste so good, but is also the inspiration behind their production.More Information
100% Falanghina. IT MAY CONTAIN SULPHITES