Falanghina Cesco dell'Eremo IGP 2020 - Cantina del Taburno
Complex Noble Elegant
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Like a painter capturing the golden light of an autumn morning, the Falanghina Cesco dell'Eremo IGP from Cantina del Taburno is a living portrait of Campania. The wine presents itself with a golden straw-yellow color and a complex olfactory profile that evokes dried fruit, spices, and wildflowers. Produced with 100% Falanghina grapes, the harvest is manual in the second and third decades of October. The wood imparts body and complexity to the wine, but its balanced structure makes it an easy-drinking choice. It pairs beautifully with fish-based dishes and white meats, as well as aged cheeses.
Denomination: Falanghina IGP
Grape variety: Falanghina del Taburno
Region: Campania (IT), Foglianise (BN)
Refinement: Oak Barriques
Serving temperature: 8/10°C
Alcohol content: 13.5% vol.
Located on the slopes of Monte Taburno, the Cantina del Taburno born in 1972 has always been a point of reference for the viticulture of the area. To date, the grapes from about 600 hectares of vineyards distributed in the municipalities on the slopes of the mountain are vinified. The ecosystem of this area is unique both for the nature and exposure of the land and for the microclimate and the vines used.
The wines produced are the result of meticulous and rigorous viticultural and oenological research, they are the maximum qualitative expression of the 13 municipalities and the 8 grape varieties adopted and fully respect the millenary history of the territory.