Vigna La Miccia - Marsala Superiore Oro
A Marsala that is a little atypical but modern and very accessible to the uninitiated consumer. Produced from a plot of land called 'la Miccia' in the Samperi region, the grapes (50% grillo, 50% inzolia) are harvested slightly under-ripe in order to give off the characteristic aromas of these grape varieties.
Just before maturing for 5 years in barrels, the wine is mutated with alcohol. This syrupy wine with a golden hue has a rich bouquet of honey and apple.
Goes well with: Foie Gras, Cheese, Fine foods
Aging: French casks for 5 years
Marco de Bartoli is considered one of the most innovative winemakers in modern Sicilian viticulture thanks to his commitment to the use of traditional grape varieties and vinification.
He runs two estates: The first is near the village of Marsala at the western end of the island of Sicily, where he produces the famous fortified wines of the same name, as well as
still white and red wines.
The other estate is on the small island of Pantelleria, in the southeast of Sicily. Marco de Bartoli has named this second estate 'Bukkuram', which means 'father of the vine' in Arabic. From here he produces exceptional sweet wines made from sun-dried Muscat of Alexandria.
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