'Rich, dark, smooth and lusciously sweet with a hint of wood and caramel on the nose.'
A friend said....
* "You do 'WHAT' with it? * 'COOK' with it?????? * At 'WHAT' price?"
ANY price....currently around £10 a bottle.
Marsala is a coastal town in western Sicily. Screw top, under the foil.
'Chicken Breast & Chestnut Mushroom Slices in a Marsala Sauce'....my idea of heaven : served simply with crisp green sliced beans and a chunk of crusty bread, plus a glass of the dark amber nectar with that unmistakable aroma, on the side - OMG! Any time.....any place!
From the label:
'Pellegrino 1880 Produce of Italy
A high quality medium sweet Marsala made from grapes grown in the western part of Sicily. "Garibaldi Dolce" is aged in wooden casks for at least two years. Marsala is a D.O.P. wine with history dating back to the late 18th century. This is an outstanding dessert wine.'