Wine country in Sicily
countryside of orchards and vines
crusher for white grapes
Solara process for making the fortified Marsala wine
Marsala (ancient Lilybaeum), city and
seaport of Italy, at the western tip of Sicily, on the Mediterranean Sea.
Marsala trades in grain and salt, and is well known for its sweet Marsala wine.
Here, in 1860, the Italian nationalist Giuseppe Garibaldi began his conquest of
Sicily. Population (1996) 80,177.
Text from Microsoft Encarta
vintage winery equipment
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