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Passito

Passito wine: the excellence of dried grapes

Passito wine enchants wine lovers with its richness, its complexity and its sweetness. Let's discover together the characteristics of this wine on the vinove.it portal.

The origins of Passito wine

Passito wine has ancient origins and has its roots in the tradition of vinification of dried grapes. This production method involves drying the grapes to concentrate their sugars and aromas before vinification.

Characteristics of Passito wine

Passito wine is distinguished by its sweetness, its intensity and its complexity. It offers a bouquet of rich and enveloping aromas, with notes of ripe fruit, honey, dried fruit and spices. In the mouth, it is soft, velvety and with a pleasant persistence. This wine is ideal to taste as a meditation wine or to combine with aged cheeses, desserts and sweets.

The production area

Passito wine is produced in several wine regions of Italy, such as Sicily, Puglia, Tuscany and Sardinia. Each territory contributes to its uniqueness, thanks to the grape varieties used and the different drying techniques adopted.

The producing cellars

In Italy, numerous wineries are passionately dedicated to the production of Passito wine. Cantina Planeta, Cantina Pellegrino and Cantina Antinori are just some of the renowned wineries that produce high quality Passito.

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