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What is the best type of Marsala wine for cooking?

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Marsala wine that is classified as fine is good to use in a variety of recipes. Fine Marsala has been aged for at least 1 year.

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Marsala Superiore is another type of wine that is good for cooking. This category of Marsala is aged in wood for 2 years.

Marsala wine is available in sweet and dry versions. This wine also pairs well with cheese including, Gorgonzola, Parmesan and Roquefort.

Marsala wine can be purchased at most locations that carry alcoholic beverages. This wine is fortified and does not need to be refrigerated. It does not spoil, but will lose its flavor slowly in time.

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