Marsala Superiore DOC Garibaldi Dolce

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In 1980 Paolo Pellegrino founded a winery in the town of Marsala in Sicily, Italy, to produce a fortified wine. The V...

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Great Wines Direct
Crawley, UK (4,100 mi)
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1000ml
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Gold Medal IWC In 1980 Paolo Pellegrino founded a winery in the town of Marsala in Sicily, Italy, to produce a fortified wine. The Victorians g... Read more

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Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

Gold Medal IWC In 1980 Paolo Pellegrino founded a winery in the town of Marsala in Sicily, Italy, to produce a fortified wine. The Victorians greatly enjoyed the wine and helped by the British Empire, Marsala became hugely successful. The rest is history. Today the Company is still family owned and managed and is now the undisputed market leader, appreciated in every corner of the world. Grapes are pressed, fermented and a boiled must, called Calamich, is added together with grape spirits. The young wine is then left to mature in large cherry-wood barrels. By law, Marsala Superiore requires 2 years ageing and can only be made from white grapes with the exception of the ruby style. Grapes : 100% Grillo Region : Italy / Sicily / Marsala Superiore DOC Maker : Gaspare Catalano Notes : Rich dark smooth and lusciously sweet with a hint of wood and caramel on the nose. Serve : With tarts, flans, pastries, shortcake biscuits and chocolate based desserts. ABV : 18% Suitable for Vegetarians


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In 1980 Paolo Pellegrino founded a winery in the town of Marsala in Sicily, Italy, to produce a fortified wine. The Victorians greatly enjoyed the wine and helped by the British Empire, Marsala became hugely successful. The rest is history. Today the Company is still family owned and managed and is now the undisputed market leader, appreciated in every corner of the world. Grapes are pressed, fermented and a boiled must, called Calamich, is added together with grape spirits. The young wine is then left to mature in large cherry-wood barrels. By law, Marsala Superiore requires 2 years ageing and can only be made from white grapes with the exception of the ruby style. IWC Gold Medal 2006 Vintage: N/V Grapes: Grillo, Cataratto from 20-25 year old vines Taste: Rich dark smooth and lusciously sweet with a hint of wood and caramel on the nose. Serve: With tarts, flans, pastries, shortcake biscuits and chocolate based desserts. ABV: 18%

In 1980 Paolo Pellegrino founded a winery in the town of Marsala in Sicily, Italy, to produce a fortified wine. The Victorians greatly enjoyed the wine and helped by the British Empire, Marsala became hugely successful. The rest is history. Today the Company is still family owned and managed and is now the undisputed market leader, appreciated in every corner of the world. Grapes are pressed, fermented and a boiled must, called Calamich, is added together with grape spirits. The young wine is then left to mature in large cherry-wood barrels. By law, Marsala Superiore requires 2 years ageing and can only be made from white grapes with the exception of the ruby style. IWC Gold Medal 2006 Vintage: N/V Grapes: Grillo, Cataratto from 20-25 year old vines Taste: Rich dark smooth and lusciously sweet with a hint of wood and caramel on the nose. Serve: With tarts, flans, pastries, shortcake biscuits and chocolate based desserts. ABV: 18%

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