It is a very old variety, whose origins are quite mysterious, but almost certainty we can assume it was already cultivated in Roman times. Forgotten for a long time, it has been rediscovered successfully over the past two decades, becoming a synonym of quality and a pride for Campania. With the most stringent pruning, leaving on the plant up to maximum 8 gems, and the adoption of new plants such as the one at low Guyot, Falanghina has found its highest expression producing extremely good fruits from a qualitative point of view. Falanghina produces intense and aromatic wine, with deep aromas of white fruit, pineapple, peach, banana and apple that fade in a second floral and citrus nose, toned by aromas of honey and freshly cut grass.