Marco De Bartoli Vigna la Miccia Sicily, Italy
Thanks to its slight sweetness you can drink Vigna La Miccia, an innovative and contemporary expression of Marsala wine, with all sorts of dishes: pumpkin-filled pasta, soft and blue cheeses, foie gras or dessert.
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An innovative and contemporary expression of the semi-dry Marsala Gold, in which the more delicate fruity notes of the grape are enhanced thanks to cold vinification and avoiding excessive oxidation during its evolution.
Serving Suggestion: at room temperature or slightly cold (14-16 °C).
Ageing occurs over four years in new French oak barrels of 225 l, always topped up, and then six months in bottle, Manual selection of the grapes, soft pressing, natural decantation, temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel vats of 50 hl capacity, Suitable for vegans
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