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Marsala Fine Alagna

Marsala Fine Alagna

  • Vineyard location/ type of soil: Marsala e Mazara del Vallo/Marsala sapling or espalier, dry
  • Grape variety: Grillo, Catarratto and Inzolia
  • Alcohol content: 17.5%
  • Winemaking process: During fermentation, decanting is carried out which favors the oxidation of the wine; at the end of fermentation, ethanol (ethyl alcohol) of vitivinicultural origin and / or wine brandy is added , in order to raise the alcoholic content, and then proceeds to aging. The maximum yield of grapes in must must not exceed 80% and those of grapes in base wine must not exceed 75%. All the processing operations starting from the grapes that are necessary to obtain a Marsala ready for consumption after aging, must be carried out in the production area.
  • Aging/refining: At least 1 year in ancient casks in a grotto of tufa roc
  • Name

    Marsala Fine I.P.

  • Type


  • Cellar


  • Grapes

    Grillo, Catarratto, Insolia

  • Denomination


  • Alcohol Vol.


  • Pack

    12/ 1L.

  • Vintage


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