Marsala Superiore Oro Vigna La Miccia Marco De Bartoli
Vigna La Miccia is an innovative and contemporary semi-dry Marsala Oro in which, thanks to cold vinification, the fruity and more delicate notes of the grape are enhanced. Thus, excessive oxidation during its evolution is avoided.
Denomination: Marsala Superiore Oro semi-dry DOC 2016
Variety: Grillo 100%
Alcoholic degree (% Vol): 18
Territory: Western Sicily, Contrada Samperi, Marsala (TP)
Vineyard area (ha): 12
Vineyard age: over 20 years
Soil: flat, calcareous-sandy of medium texture
Training system: Guyot espalier; stumps per hectare 3,500
Total SO2: 21 mg / l
Reducing sugars: 85 g / l
Acidity: 5.30 g / l
Harvest: manual in small crates, the first week of September
Yield per hectare (hl): 20
Vinification: Manual selection of the grapes, soft pressing, natural sedimentation, fermentation by indigenous yeasts at a controlled temperature in steel tanks.
Aging: 4 years in constantly full French oak barrels.
First vintage: 1985
Pairings: To be combined with dishes of extreme diversity: tortelli with pumpkin, soft and blue cheeses, foie gras, scampi, as well as at the end of the meal with desserts. To be served at room temperature or cold (14-16 °C).
Originally bottled by Marco de Bartoli & C. srl - Samperi - Marsala - Italy
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