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VecchioFlorio Marsala Superiore secco Cantine Florio

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VecchioFlorio is a dry Marsala Superiore produced by Cantine Florio. It has a perfume of great finesse with hints of a pass and vanilla; the taste is warm, full, with an elegant background of bitter almonds and raisins
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Product
VecchioFlorio Marsala Superiore secco
Classification
Denominazione di Origine Controllata Marsala
Denomination
DOC
Tipology
Sweet wine
Grape variety
Grillo and Cataratto white grapes
Altitude
Vineyards cultivated from sea level up to 300 meters
Type of soil
Red sandy lands, dry, rich in sand and characterized by low fertility
Plant density
5000 stocks / ha
Climate
Insular with mild winters and very hot and dry summers
Type of harvest
Manual
Winemaking
"Pressatura di uve ad elevato tenore zuccherino per passare al mosto le preziose sostanze contenute nelle bucce Fermentazione a temperatura controllata e preparazione della concia con l'aggiunta, al vino ottenuto, di mistella, mosto cotto e distillato di vino"
Aging of wine
At least 3 months in the bottle
Alcohol
18,00% vol.
Residual sugar
38-39 g/l
Recommended glass
Tulip goblet of medium width, fine and transparent
Ageing potential
Classic Marsala which, if stored in suitable cellars, has practically no time limits
Serving temperature
15-16 °C
Pairings
A classic dessert wine with a tendency to dry pasta, it goes well with hard cheeses
Bottle
0,75 l.
Color
Amber with antique gold reflections
Perfume
Characteristic of great finesse with hints of raisins and vanilla
Flavor
Warm and full, with an elegant base of bitter almonds and raisins
Manufacturer: Cantine Florio

HISTORY

It was founded in 1833 in Marsala by the entrepreneur Vincenzo Florio who, after having bought a piece of land on a stretch of beach located between the beams of Ingham-Whitaker and Woodhouse , had a factory built there for production of Marsala wine. The first years of the cellar were very difficult, with poor earnings and few prospects. Florio could resist only thanks to his enormous resources and the fame of the family, at the time among the richest in Italy. The poor earnings stemmed from the excess supply compared to market demand, almost completely foreign, and English in particular. Marketing began in 1796, first with Woodhouse and then with other merchants such as Ingham & Whitaker, who had consecrated it internationally at the end of the 18th century. Florio was the first producer to label Marsala with the name of an Italian producer.

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