Falanghina is a characterful grape, one of the native varietals of the region that thrives in the volcanic soils of the area which gives a mineral edge to the palate while the nose has a lightly aromatic bouquet.
Iorio’s grapes are sourced from the Taburno-Sannio area of Campania, the wine comes under the Denomination ‘Falanghina del Sannio DoP Taburno’. The limestone and clay vineyards are located between 200 and 600m above sea level.
Vinification entails oft pressing and fermentation in steel for 4 months at a controlled temperature.
It was awarded a silver medal at both the IWSC and Concous Mondil de Bruxelles in 2017.
Falanghina is ideal as an aperitif; it can also accompany fish, rice, white meat and vegetables as well as cheese.