Marsala Superiore Secco Doc 'The Thousand'

Marsala Superiore Secco Doc 'The Thousand'



11,09 €

Marsala Superiore Secco Doc 'The Thousand'

Type: fortified Wine of Denomination Of Controlled Origin' Marsala Superiore'.

Grape varieties: Grillo and Inzolia.

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°). Wine D. O. C. Marsala you add alcohol to stop the fermentation, to the Garibaldi Sweet when the residual sugar is 100 g/l and for the Dry Marsala, 40 gr/lt.

Aging: In large oak barrels for at least two years, followed by a refinement period of about six months in Slavonian oak barrels (225 liters).

Tasting notes:

  • color: Yellow amber, bright and clear.
  • bouquet: Delicate and intense, of ripe fruit mixed with hints of wood noble.
  • taste: ll Marsala Superiore Dry, on the palate it is dry and well-balanced while the Marsala Superiore Garibaldi Dolce, is sweet and harmonious. Lingering in the aftertaste.

Alcohol: 8% Vol.

Matching with food: Wine, conversation, good companion of the sicilian pastry.

Serving temperature: 14° C.

Conservation: The bottle should be stored in a cool, dark and a little damp.

'The Thousand' or - The Thousand ' in honor of the landing of general Giuseppe Garibaldi, which took place in the port of Marsala on 11 May 1860.

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