Vigne Sannite

'Lazzarella' Falanghina Del Sannio 2021

Falanghina, an ancient vine whose presence in Campania dates back to the early 1800s, takes its name from the Latin noun “Falanga” – the stake used to support the vines – and finds its ideal habitat in Sannio, characterized by hot days and cool nights. This easy drinking white, recently featured in Forbes magazine, is the perfect example. It opens with notes of sage, cantaloupe and ripe yellow apples. On the palate, yellow peach, sweet herbs and crushed white flowers come to the fore, balanced by mouthwatering freshness and a lengthy finish. Try it as an aperitif or alongside grilled or sauteed seafood and salads.

Vigne Sannite

Vigne Sannite is a small winemaking cooperative from Sannio, in eastern Campania. The region's winemaking history dates back centuries. These winemaking roots have spurred Vigne Sannite to craft wines that not only celebrate terroir but also protect it for future generations by using wholly sustainable practices. Grapes are harvested by hand, and treated with no insecticides or pesticides. Little manipulation is done in the cellar, and wines are bottled with no added sulfur. Tradition, innovation, and rigorous control of all the phases of production are the benchmarks of Vigne Sannite’s daily work. Their careful selection of the production areas, the choice of the autochthonous grape varieties grown locally since time immemorial, and the meticulous processing in a technologically cutting-edge winery combine to guarantee wines of exceptional quality and expressiveness.


Campania, Italy

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