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The dry Malvasia Liquoroso Secco and sweet Malvasia Liquoroso Dolce Naturale are fortified wines of great quality, especially the Riserva examples, which must be aged for more than two years. These aromatic Italian wines contain at least 17.5% alcohol. Drink this Italian wine at 10-12°C (50-53.6°F) for the Secco and 8-10°C (46.4-50°F) for the Dulce.

 

MONICA Dl CAGLIARI DOC ITALIAN WINE

These Italian wines from Monica grapes are produced as dry Monica Secco and a sweet Monica Dolce Naturale. Both are ruby red wines that are aromatic and sultry with fulsome, mellow, but seductive tastes. The Secco contains at least 14% alcohol while the Dolce is not less than 14.5%. Drink this Monica Italian wine at 14-18°C (57.2-64.4°F) for the Secco and 10-12°C (50-53.6°F) for the Dolce. A dry Monica Liquoroso Secco and sweet Monica Liquoroso Dolce Naturale are stronger and fuller in taste than ordinary Monica. Both Italian wines contain at least 17.5% alcohol. Where possible choose a superlative Riserva of these (aged for at least two years). Drinking temperature is 14-18°C (57.2-64.4°F) for a Secco and 6-12°C (42.8-53.6°F) for a Dolce Italian wine.

 

MOSCATO DI CAGLIARI DOC ITALIAN WINE        

Vinho Verde Italian WineThis is an outstanding Muscat wine that is very aromatic and powerful. It is available as a Dolce Naturale or heavier Liquoroso Dolce Naturale. Drinking temperature for this Moscato Italian wine is 6-12°C (42.8-53.6°F) according to personal tastes.

 

NASCO DI CAGLIARI DOC ITALIAN WINE

These are dry (Secco), sweet (Dolce Naturale), or even fortified dry or sweet white Italian wines (Liquoroso Secco or Liquoroso Dolce Naturale) from Nasco grapes. These are of outstanding quality, especially the Riserva. Drink these Italian wine at 10-12°C (50-53.6°F) for a Secco and 6-10°C (42.8-50°F) for a Dolce.

 

NURAGUS DI CAGLIARI DOC ITALIAN WINE

The Nuragus is an ancient variety of Sardinian grape that was quite probably brought to the island by the Phoenicians. The grape once grew throughout Sardinia but today Nuragus wine is only produced in the south of the island, between Cagliari and Nuoro. This is a pale golden Italian wine with green glints that has a subtle but inviting bouquet. The taste is pleasingly fresh, making this dry to slightly sweet wine very palatable. There is also a Nuragus Frizzante Naturale. Drink at 10-12°C (50-53.6°F) for the dry Italian wines and 8-10°C (46.4-50°F) for the slightly sweet Italian wines.

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+1 #2 Seven Red Wines 2013-07-17 08:36
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Interested article for Cagliari wines.


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+1 #1 Cagliari wines 2013-07-16 12:00
Interested article for Cagliari wines.
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