Ansonica or Inzolia is a white Italian wine grape planted primarily in western Sicily where it can be used to produce Marsala wine. The grape is noted for its nutty aroma. In Tuscany, the grape is known as Ansonica. It is the chief (and potentially only) component of the Tuscan D.O.C. Ansonica Costa dell'Argentario, which is located on the extreme southern coast of Tuscany and on the island of Giglio. Ansonica can also be found in the following DOC wines: Calabria: Bivongi DOC; Tuscany: Ansonica Costa dell'Argentario DOC, Elba DOC, Parrina DOC and DOC.
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