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Florio Marsala Sweet Marsala Sweet NV
88 points Wine Enthusiast: The sweet interpretation of Marsala offers a more dynamic and intense bouquet with aromas of marron glacé, honey-covered almonds, candied fruit and dried prune. Drink it alone after dinner or pair it with a very aged Pecorino cheese. Best Buy. (Mar 2011)
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This sweet Marsala opens with a dark amber color and bright aromas of caramel, brown sugar, candied fruit and spice. Try a few sips of this delicious wine after dinner as a digestivo.
Winery Notes: Marsala is a unique wine made only in Western Sicily. Traditional to Italy's finest wines, it is protected by D.O.C. regualtions (Controlled Denomination of Origin). Florio Sweet is by far the most favoured ingredient of the worlds' great chefs, those faithful to both the traditional and the more modern culinary schools of thought.
The sweet interpretations of Marsala offers a more dynamic and intense bouquet with aromas of marron glace, honey-covered almonds, candied fruit and dried prune. Drink it alone after dinner or pair it with a very aged Pecorino cheese.
Candied fruit and caramel ride on the back of maple syrup, allspice and ground ginger. Marsala is for much more than cooking and you can try this wine with aged cheese or as an after-dinner drink.
Dark amber in color with golden reflections, this is a sweet Marsala redolent of maple syrup, brown sugar, almond, pine resin and dried fruit. There’s a prominent vein of exotic spice that carries over to the mouth and rides over a long finish.
Food Pairings for Florio Marsala Sweet Marsala Sweet
Dietary Information: Organic
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