Wine List: Falanghina to Frascati Secco

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Falanghina
Falanghina is a relatively unknown Italian white grape found in southern and central Italy. See A South Italian Falanghina White Under $15 and I Love Italian Wine And Food - The Molise Region
for reviews of Falanghina based wines. You may be pleasantly surprised.

Fiano di Avellino, Fine Italian Wine

Fiano di Avellino fine wine white and Italian wine lists

Fiano di Avellino, as in fine, fine, fine.

Fiano di Avellino
Fiano di Avellino is an Italian white wine that was granted the DOC (Denominazione di Origine Controllata) status in 1978, and the DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata Garantita) status in 2003. It is based on the Fiano grape in Avellino, in the wooded hills of central Campania, a region of southern Italy. A maximum of 15% of other local white varieties is permitted. Recommended food pairings include seafood, pizza, and pasta. See I Love Italian Wine and Food - The Campania Region and A Southern Italy White Fiano Under $15 for reviews of Fiano di Avellino based wines.

Fleurie
Fleurie is a red wine coming from the village of Fleurie, one of ten selected villages in the Beaujolais region of southeastern France. The name means in bloom. Fleurie is fragrant and floral. It is the most delicate of the Beaujolais Crus and, unlike most Beaujolais, has a good potential for aging. Suggested food pairings include Roast Beef and Fish.

Frascati
Frascati is a light, fruity, unpretentious white wine coming from the hills near Rome in Central Italy. Suggested food pairings include Seafood Cocktail.

Frascati Secco
Frascati Secco is a dry Frascati wine. Suggested food pairings include Spaghetti Carbonara.

      
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