Feudi di San Gregorio, Falanghina del Sannio DOC (Campania, Italy) 2015

($15, Palm Bay International):  Falanghina, the grape was named after falengae, the Latin word for the stakes the Romans used to support the vine, is my “go to” wine in Italian restaurants with modest wine lists because it almost always represents good value. This one certainly does.  Reflecting the rather warm vintage, Feudi di San Gregorio’s 2015 is ripe with peachy notes and enlivening acidity that keeps it fresh.  It’s a great choice for Italian seafood dishes, from grilled octopus to linguine and clam sauce.
88 Michael Apstein Oct 3, 2017