Marsala

(Italian) sweetwhitewine.

Marsala

Semi-dry, pale golden Italian wine from Sicily.
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Marsala

[n] - dark sweet or semisweet dessert wine from Sicily
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Marsala

Mar·sa'la noun [ Italian , from Marsala , in Sicyly.] A kind of wine exported from Marsala in Sicily.
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Marsala

noun dark sweet or semisweet dessert wine from Sicily
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Marsala

• (n.) A kind of wine exported from Marsala in Sicily.
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Marsala

(from the article `wine`) Marsala, a type of dessert wine produced in Sicily, has a dark amber colour and burnt sugar flavour, derived from the addition of grape juice that ...
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Marsala

town, western Sicily, Italy. It is situated on the Boeo Cape, also called Lilibeo, south of Trapani. It originated as Lilybaeum, which was founded by ... [1 related articles]
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Marsala

Marsala is a dry or sweet Sicilian fortified wine, with a dark amber colour and a caramel flavour. It is fortified in one of three ways: with grape spirit; with alcohol boosted grape juice from very sweet, late grapes or with concentrate, that is grape juice that has been cooked and reduced to one-third of its original volume.
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Marsala

Marsala (märsä'lä) , city (1991 pop. 80,177), W Sicily, Italy, a port on the Mediterranean Sea, located on Cape Boeo. It is noted for its sweet wine. The ancient Lilybaeum, it was later renamed Marsah al Allah [port of God] by the Arabs. In 1860, Garibaldi landed there at the star...
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Marsala

(town) Port in western Sicily, Italy, on the Mediterranean coast 30 km/19 mi south of Trapani; population (2001) 77,800. The nationalist leader Giuseppe Garibaldi landed here in 1860 at the start of his campaign to capture Sicily for Italy. The town produces the sweet wine of the same ...
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Marsala

This is Italy's most famous fortified wine. It features a rich, smoky flavor that ranges from sweet to dry. Sweet Marsala is used as a dessert wine. Dry Marsala is often used as an apértif (a light, alcoholic drink appetizer).
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Marsala

A sweet Italian dessert wine.
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Marsala

Marsala is a wine imported from Sicily. It is Italy's most famous fortified wine that ranges from dry to sweet. Dry Marsala makes a tasty aperitif. Sweet Marsala is used as a dessert wine and also to flavor. It is also a popular cooking wine.
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Marsala

[disambiguation] Marsala can refer to: ...
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Marsala

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Marsala

Marsala (Maissala in Sicilian; Lilybaeum in Latin) is an Italian town located in the Province of Trapani in the westernmost part of Sicily. Marsala is the most populous town in Trapani, and the fifth largest in Sicily. The town is famous for the landing of Garibaldi on 11 May 1860 (the Expedition of the Thousand) and for its Marsala wine. A featur...
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Marsala

DOC for liqueur wine in the Italian region of Sicily . Probably the most famous Sicilian wine is one of the most famous dessert wines of the world. It is named after the port city (from Arabic Marsah-el-Allah = God port or gate) in the province of Trapani. The zone consists of over 5,000 hectares, with the exception of Sicily Island and associated ...
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