Wine Delight - Nero d'Avola

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Nero d'Avola in a sweet version Our native Nero d'Avola wine is cooked with natural pectin extracted from the caro...
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Nero d'Avola

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How do you use the Segreti di Sicilia Wine Delight?

Like other excellent quality jams, our Segreti di Sicilia Wine Delight can be used for breakfasts and snacks, for example spread on a slice of toast or used to season plain yogurt. Its use is also interesting in combination with cheeses (goat's or cow's milk) or for the preparation of cakes and desserts.

How do you pair jams, compotes and jams with cheese?

Generally, sweet and creamy cheeses go well with compotes and jams with a sour flavour, while sweet compotes and jams go better with mature ones. For example, soft, sweet and fresh cheeses such as ricotta and robiola go well with acidic jams such as lemon, orange and mandarin jams, or berry jam. Hard and mature cow's milk cheeses such as Grana Padano or Parmigiano Reggiano go well with pear jam, goat's cheese with raspberry, fig and apricot jam or orange and mandarin jam, pecorino cheese with lemon jam and tomato or onion.

How do you remove the bitterness from orange marmalade?

According to our traditional recipe, orange marmalade is prepared in such a way that the bitterness is well balanced and not very present on the palate. In fact, the processing involves a soaking phase which allows the bitter notes to disperse before cooking.

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