Definition of Falernian. Meaning of Falernian. Synonyms of Falernian

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Definition of Falernian

Falernian
Falernian Fa*ler"ni*an, a. Of or pertaining to Mount Falernus, in Italy; as, Falernianwine.

Meaning of Falernian from wikipedia

- Falernian wine (Latin: Falernum) was produced from Aglianico grapes (and quite possibly Greco as well) on the slopes of Mount Falernus near the border...
- ancient grape variety which may have provided a basis for the cl****ical Falernian wine, and has considerable character. It is cultivated on the coast of...
- Alban wine, which is sweet and excellent and, with the exception of the Falernian, certainly superior to all others." (Roman Antiquities Book 1). In AD...
- Romans recognized three appellations: Caucinian Falernian from the highest slopes, Faustian Falernian from the center (named for its one-time owner Faustus...
- to the cl**** of wines that are widely famed, as is the case with the Falernian and the Alban and the Statanian.” (Geography V.3.6) To many in the 1st...
- in 1989. Falerno is produced in the same region as the highly regarded falernian wine of ancient Rome. As of 2012, there are forty-four Falerno del M****ico...
- Elder and Columella did not recommend that "first-growth wines" like Falernian, Caecuban, and Alban be smoked. For preservation, the amphorae were sometimes...
- Gaul, thus establishing the province for Rome. The finest vintage of Falernian wine, known as the Opimian vintage, was bottled from vines grown on Mt...
- amphorae and kept for many years. In Rome, the most sought after wines—Falernian and Surrentine—were prized for their ability to age for decades. In the...
- written in 591 by Gregory of Tours, who compared it to the Roman wine Falernian. Monks and monasteries of the Roman Catholic Church have had an important...
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