This Italian wine can range from dry to slightly sweet. You can drinking this Italian wine at 50-53.6°F (10-12°C). A fine Passito wine is also made from Ansonica grapes. Drinking temperature for this Italian wine is 42.8-50°F (6-10°C) according to preference.
The Trebbiano (Procanico) and Malvasia Bianca are also used to make an excellent, full-bodied, rounded, and velvet smooth Vin Santo. You can try to drink this Italian wine at 42.8-50°F (6-10°C) according to preference (the sweeter the wine the more it is chilled).
The fresh Elba Rosato is chiefly made from Sangiovese grapes (known here as Sangioveto). Drinking temperature for this Italian wine is 50-53.6°F (10-12°C). A very authentic and exciting Vin Santo Occhio di Pemice is made from 50-70% Sangiovese (50-70%) and 10-50% Malvasia Nera. This rosé Vin Santo is very warm, fulsome, intensely flavoured, and smooth as velvet. You can serve this Italian wine for a temperature 46.4-53.6°F (8-12°C) as preferred (the sweeter the colder). Elba Rosso is made from 75-100% Sangiovese (Sangioveto, 75-100%) and is a very fruity, full, and rounded wine. Drinking temperature for this Italian wine is 57.2- 60.8°F (14- 16°C). The most interesting wine of Elba is undoubtedly the Aleatico, wholly made with grapes of this name. This old native variety produces a wonderful wine that is a deep ruby red, very aromatic, and full of character. The taste is powerful, rounded, warm, and light-footed. The minimum alcohol content is 16%. This Italian wine can readily be kept for quite some time. The slight sweetness of this Italian wine is not cloying in combination with its high level of alcohol but it does makes it difficult to serve with food. Drinking temperature for this Italian wine is 53.6-60.8°F (12-16°C).