Taburno Falanghina del Sannio 2018 Cantina del Taburno DOP
Falanghina found in the area of Sannio an ideal place to express its many facets. It is a fresh, luminous wine with a strong gastronomic vocation and perfect to accompany a lunch between friends in the sun of spring. This Falanghina shows intense straw yellow color and its fruity smell resembles pineapple and pear mat. It is soft to taste and with a high aromatic persistence.
- Falanghina of Taburno
- Vino bianco
- Production area
- Production area (municipality)
- Land belonging to the production area D.O.C. Taburno
- Grape variety
- 200-600 meters s.l.
- Type of soil
- Limestone clay marl
- System of cultivation
- Reed and / or sparrow (Guyot)
- Type of harvest
- Harvest Time
- End of September
- Yield per hectare
- 1600/3500 screws per hectare
- The grapes harvested at the time of their full ripening, after destemming and pressing are subjected to soft pressing. The obtained must ferment at 15 ° C in stainless steel tanks
- 0,75 l.
- Intense straw yellow
- Fruity, very pleasing, reminiscent of pineapple and pear mat
- Soft, with a high aromatic persistence
The Cantina del Taburno, located on the slopes of Mount Taburno, is owned by the Agricultural Consortium of Benevento. The latter, founded in 1901, has played a fundamental role in the development of Samnite agriculture over the course of a century. La Cantina, located in the municipality of Foglianise, was built in 1972. Due to the production philosophy that has always distinguished the company and the economic repercussions on the territory it determines, it is a point of reference for the viticulture of the area. The grapes vinified by the Cantina del Taburno come from about 600 hectares distributed in the territories of the municipalities located on the mountain slopes: Foglianise, Torrecuso, Vitulano, Campoli del Monte Taburno, Castelpoto, Apollosa, Bonea, Montesarchio, Ponte, Tocco Caudio, Paupisi and Benevento . The viticultural ecosystem of this territory is very unique, both for the nature and exposure of the land, and for the particular climatic conditions, both for the vines and the agronomic techniques adopted. The hilly, clay and limestone-marly soils, the mild winters with a regular rainfall distribution between October and March, the hot and dry summers, contribute to create extremely favorable conditions for a quality viticulture.