£13.90/ 0.75 L btl
Wine Pellegrino Marsala Ambra Secco Horatio 2011
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Admiral Horatio Nelson, who lived between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, represents one of the most beloved and famous national heroes of England. A great lover of Marsala wine, so much so that he defined it as “worthy of any gentleman's table”, he created a widespread fashion in European salons. He used to give it to the crews of his fleet as it was considered a drink with particular healing benefits. The label called Horatio is a deliberate homage to his personality: a Marsala Superiore Ambra Secco. Its amber color is captivating and its apricot and dried fig aromas are intoxicating.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC
Un vino facil de beber, ideal para regalar sin correr riesgos
Wine from Pellegrino
A notary from Marsala, Paolo Pellegrino founded in 1880 an agricultural winery destined to become among the largest and best known of Sicily. Custodian of tradition, Pellegrino winery has gradually expanded into all the wine areas of western Sicily. Variety and specialisation distinguish this great family in the land of Greeks and Phoenicians, where respect for history and for the territory goes hand in hand with the conversion of vineyards to organic. Four great estates, a t...