2 edition of Falernian grapes (Uvae falernae) found in the catalog.
Falernian grapes (Uvae falernae)
W. Rhys Roberts
|Statement||by Professor R.S. Conway, and six short papers by members of the Leeds and district branch of the Classical association: presented to the association by its branch at the general meeting held in the University of Leeds on January 4th-6th, 1917; ed. with a postscript by W. Rhys Roberts.|
|Contributions||Conway, Robert Seymour, 1864-1933.|
|LC Classifications||PA11.C77 R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 79,  p.|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||17013883|
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Characteristics. Falernian was a white wine with a relatively high alcohol content, possibly 30 proof, or 15% describing Faustian Falernian, Pliny the Elder alluded to this as he noted "It is the only wine that takes light when a flame is applied to it".
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Falernian wine was produced from grapes grown in three vineyards on Mount Massico, with many ‘domaines’ having claim to vines or parcels of fruit from these vineyards. The best fruit was said to come from midway up the mountain and this was for a time owned by a gentleman names Faustus.
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