The name is inspired by Teia, maternal goddess, mother of the sun, moon and dawn.
Falanghina is a typical wine from Campania. The origin of the name probably has a derivation from Roman Balkan stock, “falanga,” meaning the pole to which the vines were supported.
Extremely fruity and floral. Hints of acacia and candied citrus. Secondary fermentation in autoclave for about 15 days makes it Soft and sweetish. Good acidity.
Drinking at about 8-10 C is ideal for aperitifs and on fish dishes.