Marsala, the name of a town and a wine indissolubly linked by a lot of history.
Marsala, a district- town made of municipality and rurality that welcomes you with its millenarian culture.
The Marsala, a wine almost born by chance, first known like English wine and then become famous all over the world with the name of the town that produces it.
In short, an inseparable combination: Marsala district-town and Marsala wine.
Marsala, sea town that has carried Punic wrecks, Phoenician discoveries and Roman ships and then….earth town cultivated by skilled farmers who in the English entrepreneurs footprints, have changed the face of these lands facing west, implementing their vines growing techniques, always present in this corner of Sicily.
Marsala, wind town that, yesterday let with the sea the circulation of wine barrels in lots and lots of countries, and today lets the town be the undisputed capital of the “windsurfing” practiced almost year long in the waters of the Stagnone lagoon near the historical of Grillo grapes vineyards and the salt pans with their unique sunsets.
Marsala, tuff quarries town, typical building material for houses and wineries and then also a place with a thousand other faces because Marsala is finally the town of the “Mille di Garibaldi” who had deserved a kind of Marsala wine called “Garibaldi Dolce” (GD for short) because he appreciated it when he came back to Marsala in 1862 and from a balcony of Grignani Palace at Porta Nuova, he invited people to follow him to free Rome and said ”Or Rome or death”.