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Region: Marsala
Varietal Composition: 60% Grillo, 40% Inzolia
Alcohol Content: 17%
Soil Composition: Loam (Clay/Sand)
Vine Training Method: Cordon
Elevation: About 100 ft.
Vine Exposure: South South-East
Harvest Time: Mid-September
Fermentation Container: Stainless Steel
Length of Alcoholic Fermentation: 21 Days
Malolactic Fermentation: None
Type of Aging Container: Wood
Type of Oak: Slovenian Oak
Length of Aging Before Bottling: 18 Months
Length of Bottle Aging: 3 Months
Antichi Baronati is one of the oldest and most classic Marsala producers. They have been in production since the 1900s.

Antichi Baronati Marsala Sweet

Wine Description

One of the world’s great fortified wines made in Marsala in the western part of Sicily. Modern Marsala can be made from 10 different grape varieties, however the traditional varietals are Grillo and Inzolia. The designation of “Fine” refers to the 1 year of aging, and the Ambra describes the amber color. This “Sweet” Marsala has over 100 grams of sugar per liter.

Tasting Notes

Amber with golden tints. Dried fruit flavors along with a nut and toffee aroma.

Food Pairings

This is an excellent dessert wine and a great compliment to many cooking recipes.


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