Falanghina is a white-wine grape variety that originated from Greece and is known for its citrus-blossom aromas and flavors of apple and pear. It is most commonly grown in Campania, Italy and thrives in the volcanic soils and warm Mediterranean climate. Falanghina wine is often blended with other indigenous Italian varieties or produced as a sweet passito wine. There are two sub-varieties of Falanghina, Flegrea and Beneventana, that have slightly different organoleptic properties. The best-known production zones are located north of Naples.