A Marsala a little unusual but modern and very accessible to lay consumers. From a parcel named 'the strand' (Miccia) in the region of Samperi (50P%inzolia, grillo) grapes are harvested slightly in sousmaturite to vent to the maximum of the typical aromas of these varieties.
Just prior to breeding for 5 years in barrels, the wine is transferred with alcohol. This sweet wine to the Golden reflection has a bouquet of rich scents of honey and apples.
Agreements: Liver fat, cheese, fine pastry
Service: 9 - ° C
Breeding: French casks during 5 years
Marco de Bartoli is considered to be one of the more innovative winemakers of modern Sicilian viticulture with its commitment for the use of grapes and the vinification traditional.
He manages two areas: the first is located near the village of Marsala to the western end of the island of Sicily, where he produced the famous fortified wines of the same name, as well as
still wines red and white.
The other area is located on the small island of Pantelleria, South-East of Sicily. This second operation, Marco de Bartoli called her 'Glossary', which means 'father of the vineyard' in Arabic. From here, it produces exceptional wines sweet wines made from Muscat of Alexandria, dried in the Sun.
|Type of products||Fortified wine|
|Cuvee's name||Vigna La Miccia - Marsala Superiore Oro|
|Producer||Marco de Bartoli|
|Grape varieties||50% grillo, 50% inzolia|
|Main grape variety||Grillo|
|Consumption recommendation||2015 à 2035|