Picnic in the vineyard at sunset in Marsala
Enjoy a relaxing sunset experience among Sicilian vineyards, overlooking the Isole dello Stagnone Oriented Nature Reserve in Marsala! Stroll among the vineyards and taste organic wines at a fantastic picnic in the vineyard.
What you’ll do
- Stroll among the vineyards
- Enjoy the contents of the basket
- Taste Sicilian wines
- Enjoy the sunset and magical moments
Private Tour: 2+ people
Price per person: € 26
What to expect
You will stroll through Sicilian vineyards and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the sunset over the sea of the Isole dello Stagnone Oriented Nature Reserve.
You will savour the contents of the picnic basket with local specialities (seasoned green olives, fried pasta, cunzato bread, seasonal fruit, dessert of the day, etc.) and water. You will taste 1 bottle of organic wine in the vineyard: a white or a red wine of your choice from Grillo, Nero d’Avola, Nerello Mascalese, Catarratto and Grecanico grapes.
|Where||Marsala, Trapani – 2 hours from Palermo and Agrigento|
|When||May to October, every day
Duration 3 hours
|Start time||6.30 p.m.|
|What’s not included||
Price per person: € 26
Italia Delight allows you to book tailor-made food and wine experiences and foodie holidays with top Italian Food Experts.
- Create your own customised tour with this picnic in the vineyard at sunset.
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 this vineyard picnic to discover one of the best wineries in Sicily 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.