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Golden yellow, with bright amber reflections. The nose is characterized by a wide range of honeyed aromas, withered white flowers and dried fruit. On the palate, the sweet notes and the references of candied orange and apricot jam find the right counterpoint in a pleasant acidity that cleanses the palate and supports the long persistence.

Grenache and Carignan Red

Bouquet: spicy and notes of red berry jam

Taste: very powerful on the palate and long in the finish

The combined effect of all the spices brings about the most interesting benefits: the synergy of the elements extracted via maceration in alcohol develops bitter-flavoured active principles which help the digestion by the stimulation of the secretion of saliva and gastric juices.

Intense ruby ​​red. The nose reigns with the typical freshness of our Baroli, accompanied by a swing of orange zest and mountain herbs. In the mouth rightly bitter and persistent. A history spanning hundreds of years as the birthplace of joyful moments at the table, almost a digestive. In more recent times as a meditation wine married to chocolate.

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In the mouth it is warm, harmonious, enveloping and never cloying, since the sweetness is perfectly balanced by the freshness and flavor.

Mahogany-black. Characteristic Pedro Ximénez, raisin and fig aromas on the nose. Low acidity, very sweet and with excellent length.

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Produced with overripe grapes but not affected by botrytis of Furmin, Harslevelu and Muscat de Lunel. Late Harvest is a sweet wine with an extraordinary quality / price ratio characterized by fresh aromas of tropical fruit, apple and citrus peel. Velvety on the palate and made fresh by the marked acidity. Serve at 12 ° C

Intense, persistent, pronounced bouquet, hints of dried clary sage, jam, vanilla and honey; sweet flavor - not sweet, broad with an elegant and caressing body. Seduction wine.

This rare passito is the result of Malvasia and Corinto Nero grapes grown on the volcanic soil of the island of Salina. The grapes dried in the sun on cane racks are then vinified. This is followed by slow fermentation and maturation in small oak barrels. An interesting combination with soft blue cheeses and goose liver, with pastries, chocolate desserts and ice cream.