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The Falanghina vine probably derives from ancient Greek-Balkan strains and seems to owe its name to its expanded habit, for which traditionally it was tied to support poles called "falanga", from which Falanghina, or "screw supported by poles". The Falanghina vine was almost abandoned during the centuries then, being one of the vines not attacked by phylloxera, it has been revalued and is often raised on a free foot. Its cultivation extends over an area equal to 5% of the entire vineyard area of ​​the Campania region. The areas with the greatest vocation are the Sannio Beneventano Campi Flegrei and the area of ​​Casertano.Rappresenta the basic vine of many fine wines of the Campania region: the monovitigno types of DOC wines Guardiolo, Sant'Agata dei Goti (also passito), Sannio , Solopaca and Taburno, and the white typology of the DOC Il Falanghina is also used for the production of sparkling wines with a designation of origin (Solopaca, Guardiolo, Sannio and Taburno).