Marsala wine tour: visit the organic winery
When it comes to wine tasting Marsala will amaze you! Visit the cellar and taste 3 organic Sicilian wines with the producer and take home a small gift.
What you’ll do
- Visit the organic winery
- Taste 3 Sicilian wines
- Enjoy local specialities
- Take home a gift
Price per person: € 63
What to expect
We will open the doors of our winery, with an ancient family history behind it, to take part in a visit to one of Marsala’s most renowned cellars and taste organic Sicilian wines with the producer.
We will then continue with the tasting of 3 types of our Cru: a red wine from the Perricone grape, a classic method sparkling wine from the Cataratto grape, and a liqueur wine from the Zibibbo grape, paired with traditional Sicilian dishes. After the tasting, Marsala will remain in your heart: each guest will receive a small gift.
|Where||Marsala, Trapani – 2 hours from Palermo and Agrigento|
|When||Everyday – duration 2.5 hours|
|Start time||Flexible start time, by agreement|
|What’s not included||
Price per person: € 63
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- Create your own customised tour with the Marsala wine tour.
The Food Expert:
With great passion and dedication, my family has devoted itself to the growing of fine Sicilian grapes for over six generations. Since 2004 I have decided to carry on my family farm, using organic farming methods that allowed me to obtain the EU organic certification.
Cancellation policy: all bookings for the Marsala wine tour can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.
The sun, the sea, the land and the wind will be etched in the memory of anyone who comes to visit this corner of western Sicily. A land with millennia of history and a deep Mediterranean beauty, where gentle hills slope down to the sea.
It is here that, with great passion and dedication, my family has devoted itself to the growing of fine Sicilian grapes for over six generations.
Since 2004 I have decided to carry on my family farm, using organic farming methods that allowed me to obtain the EU organic certification.
We are currently growing a 15-hectare vineyard, divided into about thirty parcels. This fragmentation, although unfavourable for growing grapes, has allowed to have different grape varieties with different terroirs, exposures and altitudes, giving a unique touch to the each production.