Blend: Grillo ed Inzolia
Alcohol Content: 18% Vol
Serving Temperature: 14°C
Food Pairing: for dessert with almond and ricotta cheese pastry
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Type: fortified Wine of Denomination Of Controlled Origin' Marsala Superiore' V.L.Q.P.R.D.
Production Area: Province of Trapani, excluding the municipalities of Pantelleria, Favignana and Alcamo
Vinification: in white and made of 55%; fermentation in thermo-controlled (18°C). D. O. C. Marsala wine is added alcohol to stop the fermentation when the residual sugar is 100 g/l
Aging: in large oak barrels for at least 2 years, followed by a refinement period of about 6 months in Slavonian oak barrels (225 liters)
Conservation: the bottle should be stored in a cool, dark and a little damp
Notes: 'The Thousand' in honor of the landing of General Giuseppe Garibaldi, which took place in the port of Marsala on 11 May 1860. It is told that in 1862 Garibaldi went back to Marsala for a pleasure trip and tasted a brand new manufactured blend rich in sugar content. The Commander appreciated so much the flavours of this "Marsala" that from then onward it was named "Garibaldi Dolce" (Sweet Garibaldi)
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