Tesco Finest Falanghina 75Cl

£ 9.00
£9.00/75cl
ONE GLASS 125 ML CONTAINS
  • Energy390kJ 94kcal
    5%
  • Fat0gg
    0%
  • Saturates0gg
    0%
  • Sugars0gg
    0%
  • Salt0gg
    0%

of the reference intake*
Typical values per 100g: Energy 311.64kJ (75.12kcal)

Product Description

  • FALANGHINA DEL SANNIO, DRY WHITE WINE
  • This crisp and complex wine has been crafted by Feudi using native Falanghina grapes from Campania and small batch production methods. Some lees ageing gives added depth to the perfectly balanced flavours of orange peel,stone fruit,acacia flowers,and leaves a deliciously long fresh finish.Enjoy with simple seafood dishes such as fish pie.Store in a cool,dark place.

Information

Allergy Information

  • Contains: CONTAINS: Sulphites.
  • CONTAINS: Sulphites. Contains SULPHITES

Tasting Notes

  • Crisp and complex white wine. Some lees aging gives added depth to the perfectly balanced flavours of orange peel, stone fruit, acacia flowers, and leaves a deliciously long fresh finish. Enjoy with simple seafood dishes.

Region of Origin

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Wine Colour

White

Alcohol Units

9.8

ABV

13% vol

Current Vintage

2016

Producer

Feudi

Type of Closure

Other

Wine Maker

Pierpaolo Sirch

Country

Italy

Alcohol Type

Wine

Taste Category

Fresh & fruity

Grape Variety

Falanghina

Vinification Details

  • Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 16/18°C. Maturation: about 5 mounths in stainless tanks in contact with its lees.

History

  • Ancient variety, named after the name of the cultivation technique (Falanga was a long wood support for vines growing over trees). In the ‘30s, a group of enologists crowned Falanghina as one of the best Italian grapes, largely recommending its dissemination for the best production in the principal wine zones of the south.

Regional Information

  • Irpinia is a region of the Apennine Mountains in Campania, South Italy about 40 km east of Naples. In antiquity this was the territory of the Hirpini. The name "Irpinia" derives from the Oscan word "hirpus", which means wolf, and the wolf remains Irpinia's symbol to this day. The territory is largely mountainous, with an intricate network of hills and valleys and a predominantly limestone. Irpinia has a proud tradition of producing wines, cheeses, salami, chestnuts, hazelnuts and the black truffles.

Storage Type

Ambient

Storage Instructions

  • This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to < >

Alcohol Unit Other Text

Wine Effervescence

Storage

Store in a cool dry place.

Wine of

Italy

Number of uses

1

Name and address

  • Tesco Stores Ltd.,
  • Welwyn Garden City AL7 1GA,
  • U.K.

Net Contents

75 CL

Nutrition

Typical Values100 ML containsONE GLASS 125 ML CONTAINS
Energy311.64kJ (75.12kcal)389.55kJ (93.90kcal)
Fat.00.00g
Saturates.00.00g
Carbohydrate1.00g1.25g
Sugars.00.00g
Fibre.00.00g
Protein.00.00g
Salt.00.00g
*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)--

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