Carlo Pellegrino Marsala Superiore Doc Garibaldi Dolce Halves
In 1980 Paolo Pellegrino founded a winery in the town of Marsala to produce a fortified wine. The Victorians greatly enjoyed the wine and, helped by the British Empire, Marsala became hugely successful. The rest is history.Today the Company is still family owned and managed and is now the undisputed market leader, appreciated in every corner of the world. Marsala can be served chilled as aperitifs, in cocktails at room temperature, as a dessert wine, or as an accompaniment to strong cheese. It is also a vital ingredient in many fine recipes.
Soft pressing of the grapes. Vinification takes place is temperature controlled tanks. After completing the fermentation, the following is added: 80% Marsala Fine Oro sweet (150g/l residual sugars); 2% Calamich cooked must 2%; 18% alcohol. By law Marsala Superiore requires a minimum of 2 years ageing.
Vines are Vertical Trellis trained.
Rich, dark, smooth and lusciously sweet with a hint of wood and caramel on the nose. Ideal with chocolate based desserts.
Everyday Serving Suggestion
Pellegrino Marsala Garibaldi Dolce is best served at 12-14C with tarts, flans, pastries, shortcake biscuits and chocolate based desserts.
Country / Region / Appellation
IT / Sicily / Marsala Superiore DOC