Cantine Pellegrino 1880 Marsala la Superiore Dry DOC NV

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Classification: Fortified wine of Denomination of Origin Location: Province of Trapani, Marsala and sour of Mazara del Vallo Climate: Mediterranean, mild winters, limited rainfall, very hot and windy summer Soil: Medium mixture, sandy, slightly clayey, a few meters above sea level Harvest: Traditional, manual Grapes: Grillo, Catarratto Vinification: After fermentation, the wine is added to pure alcohol until they reach the best grade Ageing: More than 25 years in oak barrels for 20 hl. Alcohol: 19% vol Color: Amber Nose: Dry, intense and persistent with scents of dried figs, toasted hazelnut and licorice Taste: Dry, warm and harmonious with an elegant background of bitter almonds Food match: aperitif wine, perfect with blue cheese pasta tasty takes on average, excellent in combination with dried fruit and Tuscan cigars Service: Glass dessert type, temperature 10 ° - 12 ° C Temperature: 16 ° C constant temperature, controlled light, horizontal bottle

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Cantine Pellegrino is a Marsala wine producer founded by Paolo Pellegrino in 1880. It was to become one of the most important producers in all of Marsala, known throughout the world. Grapes are grown in the Sicilian regions of Gazzerotta, Kelbi, Rinazzo and Triglia Scaletta with cellars in Marsala, Cardilla (Duca di Castelmonte) and Pantelleria. In addition to its renown Marsala style fortifi... Read more
Cantine Pellegrino is a Marsala wine producer founded by Paolo Pellegrino in 1880. It was to become one of the most important producers in all of Marsala, known throughout the world. Grapes are grown in the Sicilian regions of Gazzerotta, Kelbi, Rinazzo and Triglia Scaletta with cellars in Marsala, Cardilla (Duca di Castelmonte) and Pantelleria. In addition to its renown Marsala style fortified wines, Cantine Pellegrino also produces white and red table (both DOC and IGT) and sparkling wines.  Read less

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Classification: Fortified wine of Denomination of Origin Location: Province of Trapani, Marsala and sour of Mazara del Vallo Climate: Mediterranean, mild winters, limited rainfall, very hot and windy summer Soil: Medium mixture, sandy, slightly clayey, a few meters above sea level Harvest: Traditional, manual Grapes: Grillo, Catarratto Vinification: After fermentation, the wine is added to pure alcohol until they reach the best grade Ageing: More than 25 years in oak barrels for 20 hl. Alcohol: 19% vol Color: Amber Nose: Dry, intense and persistent with scents of dried figs, toasted hazelnut and licorice Taste: Dry, warm and harmonious with an elegant background of bitter almonds Food match: aperitif wine, perfect with blue cheese pasta tasty takes on average, excellent in combination with dried fruit and Tuscan cigars Service: Glass dessert type, temperature 10 ° - 12 ° C Temperature: 16 ° C constant temperature, controlled light, horizontal bottle

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