Milazzo Metodo Classico V.S.Q. sparkling

 
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Classification: Classic Method V.S.Q. sparkling

Grape Varieties : Green Inzolia and Chardonnay

Alcohol                 12.5% by vol.

Tasting notes       Light yellow with greenish glints colour, rich bouquet, with a full and balanced taste

Serving temperature 8 – 10°C

Pairing                   Ideal accompaniment to hors d’oevres, fish and light soups

 

 

 

 

 

Awards Grand Mention at the International Oenological Competition - VinItaly, April 2009-

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Inzolia (Ansonica)

inzoliaIn Tuscany, this grape is referred to as Ansonica. However, its Sicilian counterpart, Inzolia, is both well known and widely accepted as a fundamental element of the classic Sicilian wine repertoireWell-structured, with notes of almond and citrus, Inzolia is produced primarily in the provinces of Agrigento, Palermo, and Caltanisetta, but is also designated as DOC in the wine regions of Menfi and Sciacca.

 

 

 

Grecanico Bianco (aka Grecanico Dorato, Garganega del Veneto)

 

 

grecanicoSoft and harmonious to the palate, Gracanico  is highly regarded and prized among oenophiles and producers alike for its strong bouquet and the ease with which it can be used to cut other Sicilian wines, specifically the Catarratto and Inzolia, resulting in a rich, elevated flavor.