The Falanghina del Sannio DOC Serrocielo by Feudi di San Gregorio is a Falanghina, an ancient vine, which formed the basis of Falerno wine, known since ancient Rome. Pale straw yellow with bright green hues. Net are the feelings of small white flowers and fruit. The palate is fresh and soft. It 'a perfect wine for pairing with seafood.
The Falanghina by La Sibilla is produced entirely from Falanghina grapes, picked and selected only by hand. This ancient vine of Greek origin, in the Campi Flegrei area has found its natural habitat thanks to the volcanic soil. The result is a fresh wine with a marked minerality. Fresh and delicate aromas. A great white perfect for any occasion.
The Costa d’Amalfi Bianco by Marisa Cuomo is born between vines and rocks overlooking the sea of Furore, is characterized by a straw yellow color with an elegant scent of acacia, lemon grass and aromatic herbs and a finish that reminds the toasted almond. The taste is appreciated for its balance and lively freshness.
The Ravello Bianco by Marisa Cuomo is obtained exclusively from the must, which ferments for about 20/30 days on the selected yeasts. It rests in steel for about 4 months, so as to be marvelously intact on the fruit and on the varietal hints, as well as precious in its salty, mineral and Mediterranean nuances. The truest soul of the Amalfi coast.
The CRUna deLago by La Sibilla is a pure Falanghina and comes from vineyards located on volcanic soils located in the heart of the DOC Campi Flegrei. The grapes are collected only by hand. The must ferments at a controlled temperature and ages in steel for 6 months on its own yeasts. White with fresh and delicate aromas and expressive taste with pleasant...
The Furore Bianco by Marisa Cuomo is obtained exclusively from the must, which ferments for about 20/30 days on the selected yeasts. It rests in steel for about 4 months, so as to be marvelously intact on the fruit and on the varietal hints, as well as precious in its salty, mineral and Mediterranean nuances. Quality at the highest levels.