Falanghina (Faa-lan-GHEE-na)


More properly falanghina flegrea is an ancient grape made into white wines in southern Italy’s Campania region in the districts of Falerno del Massico and Sannio. The name may derive from the Latin falangae, the stakes that support vines.

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