Inzolia is varietal that is grown mainly in Sicily although it can also be found in Tuscany under the synonym Ansonica. Together with Grillo and Catarratto part of the blend that goes into both sweet and dry versions of Marsala. Increasingly found as a table wine that can be perfumed and well-built with lots of structure and viscosity. It can also be flabby if yields get too high. Notes of almonds, citrus fruits and fresh herbs are common. A well-made Inzolia can have a beautiful deep golden/green color.

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