Res Capuae – Falanghina IGP



From grapes slightly dried

Res (gestae) Capuae, the deeds of Capua.
Largest city in Italy after Rome e
first for wealth, Capua did not hesitate
to ally with Hannibal Barca against the
Romans to defend his “freedom
without limits”. If the General
enjoyed the pleasures by “lounging”,
we hope to get them for you with the fruit
of the strategic expectation at the base of our late harvest.



Grapes variety: Falanghina 100%

Appellation: IGP Roccamonfina

Vineyard of origin: Colle S. Antonio

Cultivation: Conservation Agriculture

Training system: Guyot

Yeald/ha: 70 Yeald/ha

Grape/Wine: 60%

Height: 300 metres asl

Plant density: 4000 plants/ha

Harvest period: End of October (bunches dried on stem)

Vinification notes: The grapes are carefully selected and destemmed, with subsequent delicate crushing, at low temperature of 5°- 8°C. Pressing and fermentation take place in large diameter stainless steel tanks at a
controlled temperature (15-18ºC).

Ageing period: In steel

Bottling: March-April

Tasting notes: A very fragrant wine, with intense and complex aromas: dried apricot, a hint of passion fruit and a honeyed scent due to the slight overripening.

Alcohol: 12,5% – 13,5 %

Suggested glass:Renano

Service temperature: 8° – 10°C

Food pairing: Perfect combination with complex seafood dishes



Additional information

Weight 1000 g