Our vines are grown on hillsides ranging from 700 to 1,300 feet above sea level on a bed of clay and sandstone with gravel. Named after the method of vine cultivation in Sannio at the end of the Roman Era called Falangs (“poles”), this Falanghina is ideal as an aperitif. It can also accompany various types of appetizers, plates of simple fish and vegetables as well as fresh cheeses.
– Feudi di San Gregorio taps into the potential of Campania’s finest vineyards
– Collaboration with leading Italy enologists, like Pierpaolo Sirch
– Labels created by famous Italian designer Massimo Vignelli
– Due to the proximity to Mount Vesuvius, this Falanghina has a well balanced and clean finish that wine lovers enjoy!
– Simonet & Sirch method of pruning leads to wines with better balance and reflection of the terroir in the glass