Vigna La Miccia Marsala Superiore Oro DOC 2016 500ml


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(54,00  / 1000 ml)

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Contains sulfur





Alcohol content

18% Vol.

Residual sweetness



5,3 g/l

Drinking temperature



Marco de Bartoli, Contrada Fornara Samperi 292, 91025 Marsala-Sicily / Italy

Tasting note from from 18.08.2020, Copyright Sebastian Bordthäuser

Marco de Bartoli not only invented the dry Grillo, but also revolutionized Marsala by combining its traditional style with modern vinification. One step in this direction was to reduce the sugar, which resulted in this semi-dry Marsala style in 1985. It combines the power and personality of a classic Marsala with delicate stature and subtle freshness. To achieve this, all contact with oxygen is avoided during vinification to prevent undesirable oxidation. Finished in French oak, the barrels are always refilled.


light amber with distinctive orange reflexes.


The nose of this semi-dry Marsala fires imposing salvos of roasted hazelnuts, salted almonds and candied orange peel into the tippler's nostrils. In Marco de Bartoli's 2016 Vigna La Micca, fresh figs and dates mingle with notes of orange blossom honey and the scent of printen. It all cumulates on the nose into a huge Mediterranean gingerbread with that distinctive Marsala touch without the often common oxidation notes.


On the palate, it is slender with balanced sweetness and a clear, all-defining acidity that runs through it like an electric eel. Despite its 88 grams of residual sugar, it has a flow like a Spätlese with the simultaneous aromatic expression of a monument. Mild spices like white pepper, allspice, clove and mace mix with candied orange peel, candy and chestnut honey, which gives it a slightly audacious smokiness. A wine that shines not only with pastries and foie gras, but also with hearty cuisine and offers new experiences.

Food recommendations from Sebastian Bordthäuser

  • Pumpkin Ravioli in Sage Butter with Amarettini Crumble
  • Grilled prawns with tomato peach salsa
  • pulled pork sandwich


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