Terredora di Paolo

Corte di Giso Irpinia Falanghina

9.15 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Irpinia, Avellino, Campania, Italy
Falanghina
Top Notes For
Daniel P. Drake

Thursday evening and tonight I have opened the 2017 Terredora Di Paolo Corte di Giso Irpinia Falanghina from the Campania Region of Italy North of Naples.

On the nose there is notes of green apple, banana, white flowers and a touch of herbaceous notes.

The palate shows notes of green apple, pear, stone fruit, wet river rock, a hint of herbs and good minerality.

The wine color is light straw yellow and medium in body, well balanced with medium + to high acidity that leads to a pleasing long crisp fresh fruit finish. This is a nice summer drinker at a great QPR. Enjoy your start of the weekend and let's stay safe out there. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷

Thursday evening and tonight I have opened the 2017 Terredora Di Paolo Corte di Giso Irpinia Falanghina from the Campania Region of Italy North of Naples.

On the nose there is notes of green apple, banana, white flowers and a touch of herbaceous notes.

The palate shows notes of green apple, pear, stone fruit, wet river rock, a hint of herbs and good minerality.

The wine color is light straw yellow and medium in body, well balanced with medium + to high acidity that leads to a pleasing long crisp fresh fruit finish. This is a nice summer drinker at a great QPR. Enjoy your start of the weekend and let's stay safe out there. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷

May 16th, 2019
Delectable Wine

Follow to learn about our favorite wines & people.

9.2

This bright straw-yellow wine from Campania’s Irpinia district is laced with expressive notes of menthol, ripe apple, botanical herbs and flowers. Rich and dense with a multilayered feel, the 2017 is tactile, complex and absolutely delicious. $18.00 (Ian D'Agata, Vinous, November 2018)

This bright straw-yellow wine from Campania’s Irpinia district is laced with expressive notes of menthol, ripe apple, botanical herbs and flowers. Rich and dense with a multilayered feel, the 2017 is tactile, complex and absolutely delicious. $18.00 (Ian D'Agata, Vinous, November 2018)

Nov 26th, 2018
Peter Sultan

Tasted blind & thought a muscadet on lees or a Loire Sauvignon blanc blend. Just absolutely riveting when you consider the retail under 15$-this producer churns out a whole line of great QPRs, like their Aglianico. This has tang, definition, & soul, especially for a varietal I’m not an Uber fan of.

Tasted blind & thought a muscadet on lees or a Loire Sauvignon blanc blend. Just absolutely riveting when you consider the retail under 15$-this producer churns out a whole line of great QPRs, like their Aglianico. This has tang, definition, & soul, especially for a varietal I’m not an Uber fan of.

Jun 10th, 2019
Dave Hoffman

Dave had this 4 months ago

Dave had this 4 months ago

Apr 27th, 2019
Giancarlo Cicero

Giancarlo had this 6 months ago

Giancarlo had this 6 months ago

Feb 28th, 2019