Curatolo Arini - Curatolo Arini Zibibbo 2014 - Italian White Wine 6x 75cl Bottles

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Curatolo Arini - Curatolo Arini Zibibbo 2014
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75cl Bottles
£14.16
Available 13th Mar 2016
 

Description:
Bright straw yellow with golden-green highlights.

This wine has elegant Mediterranean perfumes of citrus fruit, orange blossom, sage, mint, white rose and acacia.

On the palate the wine is rich and elegant, reflecting the prime conditions of the vineyard.

100% Zibibbo.



Category(s):     White Wine

Producer: Curatolo Arini
ABV:   12.5%
Brand:   Curatolo Arini
Country of Origin:   Italy
Grape Type:   Zibibbo
Region:   Sicily
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vintage:   2014
Winemaker:   Claudio Giacalone

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6x 75cl Bottles 13th Mar 2016 £ 84.94 £ 14.16 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

Established in 1875 by Vito Curatolo Arini, the winery is now run by the fifth generation of Curatolos, making it the oldest family owned Marsala producing business. The family are launching a new range of wines under the Curatolo Arini label, showcasing a great expression of native Sicilian varieties. The Curatolo family has been producing excellent Marsala for over a century. Indeed, they are the oldest Marsala house still in family ownership. Their stunning label was designed by Ernesto Basile, a famous architect in Palermo in the latter part of the 19th century and is very much in the art deco style.

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