An Introduction to Insolia

Insolia (Inzolia or Ansonica) is an Italian grape variety grown in both Sicily and Tuscany. While it is most famous traditionally as an ingredient in the fortified Marsala wines, it is now seen more and more as a crisp, dry white wine, in blends and as a single variety Insolia wines are moderately aromatic, and tend to display lemon and almond characteristics with grassy or herbal notes. They can also, when grown at low yields, display a minerality or salty dimension.


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