Marco de Bartoli Marsala Superiore Oro Vigna La Miccia 5 Anni

50 cl

In 1982 De Bartoli created 'Vigna La Miccia', classified as an 'Oro' or gold Marsala, which is a sweeter, fresher dessert wine produced using a cold maceration vinification process; it reveals an intense bouquet of Grillo. It is aged for 4 years in barriques that are constantly topped up with new wine. 

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Marco de Bartoli Marsala Superiore Oro Vigna La Miccia 5 Anni

In 1982 De Bartoli created 'Vigna La Miccia', classified as an 'Oro' or gold Marsala, which is a sweeter, fresher dessert wine produced using a cold maceration vinification process; it reveals an intense bouquet of Grillo. It is aged for 4 years in barriques that are constantly topped up with new wine. 

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Lovely complex aromas of cinnamon and spice, dried figs, raisins, and dates
Palate Fruity and elegant palate with flavours of fruit, tobacco and even a little garrigue. Very long length of flavour. Would work particularly well with food.
Fact Sheet
Fluid 50 cl
Grape Variety 100% Grillo
Maturation Over 4 years in new French oak barrels of 225 always topped up. 6 months of bottle.
Alcohol % 17.5% ABV
Style Fortified
Estate/Producer Marco de Bartoli
Country Italy
Region/AOC Sicily
Vintage NV
Closure Cork
Cellaring/Ageing Potential Drink now and good for many years to come
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Awards and/or Press Quotes Gambero Rosso 2012 -2 Black Glasses

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