Falanghina is an Italian white wine grape cultivated on the coast of Campania north of Naples. The region enjoys a natural advantage of having volcanic ash present in the soil which accounts for extremely old vines that, in most cases, produce grapes with a greater intensity of flavor than new vines cannot match. 
Falanghina pairs very well with a variety of foods, including fish, shellfish and pasta with pesto or light-tomato sauces.
Cheeses that go well with Falanghina include herbed Boursin, Bucheron, Dry Jack, sheep-milk Feta, Gouda, Havarti, Mahon, Neufchatel, Pave Affinois and Raclette.