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        • Borgo del Tiglio Collio Malvasia 2017  Front Label
          Borgo del Tiglio Collio Malvasia 2017
          Malvasia from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy
          • RP93
          0.0 0 Ratings
          Out of Stock (was $49.99)
        • Manuel Jose Colares MJC Colares Branco 2009  Front Label
          Manuel Jose Colares MJC Colares Branco 2009
          Malvasia from Portugal
          • W&S92
          4.1 14 Ratings
          Out of Stock (was $37.99)
        • Kante Malvasia 2015  Front Label
          Kante Malvasia 2015
          Malvasia from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy
          • RP91
          0.0 0 Ratings
          Out of Stock (was $37.99)
        • Kante Malvasia Selezione 2012  Front Label
          Kante Malvasia Selezione 2012
          Malvasia from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy
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            Out of Stock (was $64.99)
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          Learn about Malvasia — taste profile, popular regions and more …

          Engaging aromas of jasmine coupled with ripe tropical and stone fruit flavors are pervasive in many wines that call themselves Malvasia. Both grape and name are far-reaching. Over 20 different varieties grow throughout Italy, Spain, Greece and other countries.

          But variations on the name itself are plentiful too. There are actually approximately 70 registered grapes with Malvasia as part of their name or listed as a synonym for Malvasia. The French call it Malvoisie, Germans call it Malvasier, British say Malmsey and confusingly one variety double-times under the alias, Boal, on the island of Madeira. In any case, Italy actually has more forms of Malvasia than any other country. Most popular are Malvasia Bianca di Candia from Lazio, Malvasia di Candia Aromatico, which is planted widely and the red-skinned Malvasia di Casorzo from Piedmont. The list goes on.

          Tasting Notes for Malvasia

          Malvasia makes a dry or sweet white wine with with floral and tropical fruit aromas and flavors of white peach, apricot, green herb and seaspray. While it does have some aromatic red variants, Malvasia mainly occurs as a pale-skinned variety.

          Perfect Food Pairings for Malvasia

          Try Malvasia with spaghetti bottarga or alla carbonara, chestnut tagliatelle, octopus salad or mu shu vegetable.

          Sommelier Secrets for Malvasia

          Some think that the actual name, Malvasia, stems from the Italian mispronunciation of Monemvasia, a southern Greek port.

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