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          • Cusumano Insolia 2021
            Inzolia from Sicily, Italy
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          Learn about Inzolia — taste profile, popular regions and more …

          Native to western Sicily, Inzolia is a pale-skinned variety responsible for some of Sicily’s top-quality white wines, whether on its own or blended with other varieties—namely the indigenous Grillo or Cataratto. Inzolia guises as Ansonica Bianca is Tuscany’s coastal Maremma region, competing with Vermentino for popularity.

          Tasting Notes for Inzolia

          Inzolia is a dry, white wine with a light body and medium acidity. Common characteristics of Inzolia include citrus fruit, pineapple, apple, almond and herb.

          Perfect Food Pairings for Inzolia

          Try Inzolia-based wines with sushi, steamed mussels, white fish with caper sauce, fresh goat cheese and vegetarian risotto.

          Sommelier Secrets for Inzolia

          Inzolia, along with Grillo, are the grapes responsible for high quality Marsala.

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