What are the characteristics of Marsala Superiore Secco?
This Marsala is synonymous with elegance and purity, all this thanks to its processing and refinement which took place with care and passion.
The grapes are harvested only when they are perfect, four years of pilgrimage in the aisles of the Baglio, in different vats and barrels serve to give this wine a unique and perfect taste to be refined in the cellar, precisely in the famous Florio cellars, in Sicily.
Florio wines are born in the heart of the Mediterranean, the ''Fascia del sole'', an area in south-western Sicily, a perfect territory for climate and territory.
TYPE: Fortified wine 2016
TERRITORY: Coastal area of the municipality of Marsala and hinterland of the province of Trapani
NAME: Marsala DOC
HARVEST: Manual harvest in mid-September, of overripe grapes on the vine
VINIFICATION: Use of the traditional press to create musts full of colour, with extreme marine flavour. Fermentations in cement punctuated by continuous micro-oxygenations, which continue even after fermentation
FALLING IN LOVE: Meeting between wine, siphon, cooked must and a small percentage of alcohol
AGING: 5 years. Four years of pilgrimage in the naves of the Baglio, to then be placed in the Florio cellars.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 18%
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 14/16° in a cool and slightly humid environment, away from sources of light
PAIRING: Perfect to pair with all types of fish, in particular with oysters and prawns. Also perfect accompanied by sweets and desserts.
TASTE: Bread crust, with a clear and intense flavour
NOSE: Elegant and light aromas of vanilla and acacia honey
COLOR: amber bouquet