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Soft straw yellow in color.Notes of fruit that are slightly ripened (white peach and pear) mixed with notes of dry yellow flowers.Intermediately tart, possessing good viscosity, manifesting a pleasurable ...
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MELILLO SWEET MARSALA and MELILLO DRY MARSALA are outstanding wines produced by a firm with a history of nearly 100 years. MELILLO SWEET is ideal with or after dessert. MELILLO DRY is a unique aperitif. ...
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Our Pinot Grigio is fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks to ensure a fresh, fruity, and crisp wine. It showcases aromas of lemon, white peach, and pear. It’s clean and well balanced ...
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Florio Fine Sweet Marsala is dark amber, with hints of dates and apricots; sweet, full, warm and harmonic with an elegant, dried fruit finish.
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Pinot Grigio grapes, grown in the mild Mediterranean climate of Sicily.
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Corvo wines express personality, agreeableness, have an excellent quality/price ratio and are high quality products that can be enjoyed every day. An innate desire to spread the aromas of Sicily to lands ...
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The Florio Winery was founded in 1833 by Vincenzo Florio and his family of entrepreneurs. In the past the family always had great success businesses such as tuna fisheries, a shipping company, foundries ...
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The wine shows expressive aromas of spring flowers, citrus and peach, with bitter almonds and grass notes. Full in the mouth, the wine’s generous, rich, and deep flavors have freshness, framed by linear ...
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The Crow Terræ Dei takes full advantage of the potential of Grillo, a vine native Sicilian who was born in western Sicily where the countryside meets the sea and a slight salty breeze make it the ...
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A DOC fortified wine, made and bottled in the typical area of the Marsala region in Sicily. Very dry with aromas of wood and spices and a velvety flavor. Aged at least 12 months in oak barrels, this Marsala ...
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An indigenous varietal of Sicily, Moscato is prized worldwide for its enhanced aromatic bouquet. Its cultivation dates back to ancient times, when Greeks and Romans dominated the island.
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It is soft and sweet, with a wood and caramel bouquet and a lusciously sweet and smooth flavor. Best if served with any kind of pastry, especially those made of almonds and ricotta.
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Zebo Moscato is an extremely refreshing lightly sparkling wine with notes of fresh nectarine, melon and white peach. Delicate, slightly sweet with a long lingering finish.
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Intense amber in color.Aroma of typical of Marsala.Fine and delicate in taste.
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Brilliant straw yellow with flashes of deep gold, the elegant bouquet recalls Mediterranean shrubland (strawberry trees, sage, juniper, myrtle etc.), exotic fruit and citrus confirmed on a crisp, appealing, ...
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