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Wines from Marsala

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Cantine Florio NV Donna Franca Superiore Riserva White (Marsala)

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Aged in oak for over 15 years, Donna Franca is a modern expression of Marsala with a dark amber color and luscious aromas of maple syrup, brown sugar and candied fruit. It feels warm, thick and textured on the palate with resin, honey and roasted chestnut.  — M.L.  (12/15/2011)
91
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Cantine Florio 1997 Baglio Florio White (Marsala)

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Aged, refined and evolved, this Marsala Vergine shows the renewed potential of one of southern Italy’s most historic wines. Powerful, determined and high in alcohol, it shows resin, tar, candied fruit and butterscotch with loads of intensity and thrust.  — M.L.  (12/15/2011)
91
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Cantine Rallo NV Vergine 20 Anni Riserva Grillo (Marsala)

The historic Cantine Rallo estate of Marsala offers this Riserva Vergine expression (aged 20 years) of the fortified wine that made this port town in southwest Sicily so famous. The Marsala opens with an amber-golden color, syrupy richness and intense aromas of caramel, apricot marmalade and marron glacé.  — M.L.  (7/1/2011)
90
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Cantine Florio 1991 Targa Riserva White (Marsala)

Packaged in a special 170th anniversary bottle, this Marsala opens with a dark amber color, adds luscious depth and finishes long. It delivers flavors of candied fruit, marron glacé, brown sugar and dark vanilla bean.  — M.L.  (4/1/2012)
89
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Cantine Florio NV Donnafranca Superiore Riserva Semisecco Ambra White (Marsala)

Aged 15 years in oak, Donnafranca Marsala is a new product from these historic cellars with notes of resin, maple syrup and honey roasted almonds. At 19% alcohol it’s intense and powerful without the burn; it ends on a long note of toasted almond.  — M.L.  (2/1/2008)
89
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Cantine Florio 1992 Baglio Florio White (Marsala)

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Textbook Marsala with caramel, candied fruits, citrus peel and lots of toasted, nutty notes. A good opportunity to consider Marsala on its own and not as a cooking ingredient for sauces.  — M.L.  (2/1/2006)
88
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Cantine Florio NV Fine Dry White (Marsala)

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Made with a blend of Grillo and Catarratto, this dry Marsala opens with a dark amber color and aromas of candied fruit, caramel, maple syrup, resin and candied apricot. Sicily’s most traditional wine, Marsala is perfect for easy sipping after dinner with a cigar and soft music.  — M.L.  (4/1/2012)
88
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Vito Curatolo Arini NV Superiore Riserva White (Marsala)

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Aged for at least 10 years before its release, this amber-colored Marsala offers a touch of musky wood, white mushroom or toasted nut and caramel and butterscotch. It’s smooth and silky with a blast of alcoholic power on the finish.  — M.L.  (4/1/2012)
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