Feudi di San Gregorio

Campania Falanghina

8.9358 ratings
8.853 pro ratings
Campania, Italy
Falanghina
Top Notes For
Ellen Clifford

So before the following I am gonna tell you how well this pairs with southwest salad and potatoes that have had some Funtime in hot oil. It isn’t quite a unicorn but at least a mermaid wine. It can sing and swim. Maybe it has legs AND fins—take that Ariel deniers. Anyway. Should I be proper? On the nose a lot of salt and baked stone fruit and apple juice. On the palate a body not quite voluptuous but not quite not. Lemons (baked stewed raw and candied) and hint of salad green barely ripe peach medium plus acid. Alcohol I am guessing is...12.5. Maybe 13 but...checked label it says it is 13. Snazzy. This wine is good with the slightly spicy southwest flavors but also chill with salad so that’s cool. I also served this at thanksgiving earlier this year because it can be friends with most dishes. Falanghina does a great service to food.

So before the following I am gonna tell you how well this pairs with southwest salad and potatoes that have had some Funtime in hot oil. It isn’t quite a unicorn but at least a mermaid wine. It can sing and swim. Maybe it has legs AND fins—take that Ariel deniers. Anyway. Should I be proper? On the nose a lot of salt and baked stone fruit and apple juice. On the palate a body not quite voluptuous but not quite not. Lemons (baked stewed raw and candied) and hint of salad green barely ripe peach medium plus acid. Alcohol I am guessing is...12.5. Maybe 13 but...checked label it says it is 13. Snazzy. This wine is good with the slightly spicy southwest flavors but also chill with salad so that’s cool. I also served this at thanksgiving earlier this year because it can be friends with most dishes. Falanghina does a great service to food.

Jul 31st, 2019
Andrew Lohse

Melon, mineral, orange zest, citrus / med+ acid, med or med- body with some salinity on palate / slightly bitter candied lemon on finish / crisp

Melon, mineral, orange zest, citrus / med+ acid, med or med- body with some salinity on palate / slightly bitter candied lemon on finish / crisp

Aug 30th, 2018
Kenny Baldridge

Super tasty.

Super tasty.

Jun 3rd, 2018
Seth Eli Barlow

Love it. Ripe melon, citrus zest. I feel like I’m in a ‘50s beach movie musical and the cute but wholesome protagonist just sent me a glass of this from across the tiki bar. [Insert joke about getting lei’d here] 🏖

Love it. Ripe melon, citrus zest. I feel like I’m in a ‘50s beach movie musical and the cute but wholesome protagonist just sent me a glass of this from across the tiki bar. [Insert joke about getting lei’d here] 🏖

Dec 12th, 2017
Jason Jarvis

Shockingly pleasant southern Italian white. Like a Chardonnay that escaped the oak forest from central cal.

Shockingly pleasant southern Italian white. Like a Chardonnay that escaped the oak forest from central cal.

3 people found it helpfulJan 12th, 2015
Meg Maker

Wine Writer, Maker's Table

8.6

Green olive, brine, citrus, Mediterranean laurel. Nice.

Green olive, brine, citrus, Mediterranean laurel. Nice.

3 people found it helpfulMay 17th, 2014
Todd Anderson

Good, but tastes better in Rome ;)

Good, but tastes better in Rome ;)

1 person found it helpfulMay 12th, 2018
Simon Weston

White flower nose, delicate taste - would have been better earlier in the evening but I was shooting in the dark 😃.

White flower nose, delicate taste - would have been better earlier in the evening but I was shooting in the dark 😃.

1 person found it helpfulMay 3rd, 2018
Karina Welch

Great summer juice with balanced minerality and plump melons! ;) one of my favorite whites under 15$!

Great summer juice with balanced minerality and plump melons! ;) one of my favorite whites under 15$!

1 person found it helpfulOct 23rd, 2014
Josh Luhn

Luhn Wine Consulting Owner, Luhn Family Wines

8.9

The 2015 has more depth and fruit than the previous couple of vintages. Great wine for the summer.

The 2015 has more depth and fruit than the previous couple of vintages. Great wine for the summer.

Mar 27th, 2017