Melillo Sweet Marsala and Melillo Dry Marsala are outstanding wines produced by a firm with a history of nearly 100 years. Melillo Sweet is ideal with or after dessert, while Melillo Dry is a unique aperitif. Both wines are used in cooking to add flair to and enhance the flavor of good food. They are also available in full liter size.
Authentic Marsala wine originated and is still produced in the area around the Northeast coast of Sicily. Three grape varieties are used — the Inzolia, Grillo, and Cataratto. Marsala was popularized around 1760 almost by accident when John Woodhouse, an English wine merchant, shipped some of his light table wine from Sicily. Before the barrels left the island, Woodhouse added some brandy to each cask to brace the Marsala for the voyage to London. The once uninteresting table wine took well to the strengthening, and within a few years, the making of fortified Marsala became firmly established on the island.
Enrico Prosecco Brut
Enrico Prosecco Brut is a delicious Italian sparkling wine produced from the Glera grape. The color is a brilliant straw yellow enlivened by an abundance of tiny bubbles. Its aromatic quality is fresh and rich in fruity aromas of apple and pear with a hint of citrus. The mouthfeel is soft yet dry, thanks to its good acidity. The winery is located in Valdobbiadene — the heart of the Prosecco region.
Available in Brut 750 ML and 187 ML, Enrico Prosecco is also available in a 187 ml size with a screw cap. It is ideal for individual service in restaurants or as a unique gift for any occasion.
Prosecco is cultivated in the Veneto region of Italy. It is a mild, frothy, sparkling wine with a fruity bouquet. It is made with the Charmat process during which its bubbles are achieved during the secondary fermentation in large tanks.
Perfecto Prosecco Extra Dry
Our Perfecto Prosecco Extra Dry Sparkling White Wine is obtained from the Prosecco grape using the Charmat method. It is less dry than Brut, making it ideal as an aperitif or for those who prefer a softer taste on the palate. The winery Bellussi Spumanti SRL (which also produces the Enrico Prosecco Brut) is located in Valdobbiadene about 30 miles from Venice in the heart of the Prosecco district.
Prosecco is cultivated in the Veneto region of Italy. It is a mild, frothy, sparkling wine with a fruity bouquet. It is made in the Charmat process during which its bubbles are achieved during the secondary fermentation in large tanks.