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Falanghina is an ancient vine that has found its best expression in Campania. It is believed that the etymon derives from the Latin falanga, or pole, to which the vine was supported. Lila is the result of the vinification of pure Falanghina grapes grown on the farm that give a falanghina irpinia, fresh, mineral and very fruity.

Contiene solfiti, Contains Sulfites, Enthält Sulfite, Contient des sulfites, Bevat Sulfieten, Indeholder Sulfitter, Innehaller Sulfiter

Grape variety: 100% Falanghina.

Production area: The production of Lila derives from the company’s own vineyards, located on the hills of the municipalities of Luogosano and S. Angelo all’Esca, in the province of Avellino, in the production area of the Irpinia Falanghina doc appellation.

Type of soil: Sandy and deep, with good organic endowment and volcanic elements.

Vinification: he grapes, harvested by hand, are immediately transported to the cellar, selected and pressed whole. After the clarification of the must, the fermentation takes place in steel at a controlled temperature, the wine then ages on its fine lees. This is followed by refinement in bottle.

Organoleptic characteristics

Color: Crystalline, straw yellow. 

Bouquet: The nose is intense, with notes of fruit: pineapple, banana, apple and pear juice, on a light background of white flowers.   

Taste: With a strong fruity impact and good acidity, it leaves the mouth fresh and tasty with an aftertaste of pleasant persistence that recalls green apple and banana. 

Food pairings: alanghina has great charm thanks to its elegance and persistence. Lila holds up well with fish appetizers, with fresh fruit, medium-bodied first courses of land or sea, fresh cheeses, light fried, seafood salads and raw fish. Serve at a temperature of 10-12° C.

Longevity: 15 YEARS