Falanghina, also called Falanghina Greco, is a variety of wine grape of Vitis vinifera, used for white wines. It is considered a characterful ancient grape variety which may have provided a basis for the classical Falernian wine.[1] It is cultivated on the coast of Campania north of Naples, and frequently consumed in southern Italy along with seafood.


Grape Colour: White
Also called: Biancazita, Biancozita, Biancuzita, Falanchina, Falanchina Bianca, Falanghina Verace, Falenghina, Falernina, Falerno Veronese, Fallanchina, Fallanghina, Folanghina, Montecalvo, Montellese and Uva Falerna
Origin: Italy
Major regions: Campania