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  Marsala Superiore Ambra Dolce TerrAntica, Casano (Italy)  

Marsala Superiore Ambra Dolce TerrAntica

Casano (Italy)

Marsala (Sicily)
Catarratto (30%), Grillo (40%), Damaschino (30%)
Fortified Wine Fortified Wine Score: ✧✧✧

Marsala (Sicily) The wine shows an intense amber yellow color, transparent. The nose denotes good aromas, mainly of dried fruit and jams, such as dried apricot, dried fig, bitter almond, fig jam, caramel and the typical oxidized Marsala aroma. The mouth reveals, with a good correspondence to the nose, the flavors perceived to the nose and the alcohol is in good evidence, however the wine is balanced, with intense flavors of dried fig and jam. The finish is persistent with pleasing hints of dried fig, fig jam and caramel.

Alcohol: 18%

Confectionery, Almond tarts, Hard and piquant cheese

Suggested glass Fortified Wines 14 °C
(57 °F)
(Fortified Wines)

December 2002

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