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Muffato della Sala - Antinori


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  • Cellar : Antinori
  • Vintage : 2016
  • Origin : Umbria
  • Denomination : Umbria IGT
  • Grapes : Sauvignon Blanc, Grechetto, Traminer, Sémillon and Riesling
  • Serving temperature : 10-12 ° C
  • Alcohol volume : 13%
  • Format: 0.50 L


The Muffato della Sala di Antinori is a fortified wine born from the union of Sauvignon Blanc, Grechetto , Traminer , Sémillon and Riesling grapes. The grapes come from the Castello della Sala vineyards that rest on clayey soils, rich in marine fossils.

Tasting notes

At sight the Muffato della Sala has an intense and luminous golden color. The nose gives off complex hints of citrus that combine with delicate notes of peach , dehydrated apricot and saffron . In the mouth it is enveloping and not overly sweet with a very long persistence . A wine destined to evolve over time, ideal as an accompaniment to sweets and desserts.


After manual harvesting, the grapes are brought to the cellar and further selected. They are then crushed and pressed, after which the must ferments for 18 days . The wine obtained is transferred to French barriques where it matures for 6 months and finally ages for a further 2 years in steel.

The Cellar

The Antinori family has been dedicated to wine production for more than six hundred years: from 1385, when Giovanni di Piero Antinori became part of the Florentine Art of the Vinattieri. Through 26 generations, the Antinori family has always managed this business directly, making innovative and sometimes courageous choices, and always maintaining the respect for traditions and the territory unchanged. Today the company is managed by the Marquis Piero Antinori, with the support of the three daughters all personally involved in the business activities. A path made of tradition, passion and intuition: the Antinori Marquises have established themselves as one of the main Italian wine producers.