Marsala

Acitrezza Agrigento Catania Cefalý Corleone Marsala Monreale Mount Etna Norman Mosaics Palermo Piazza Armerina Santo Stefano di Camastra Segesta Sicilian Lunch Siracusa Stagnone Lagoon Taormina Trapani

Marsala

Wine country in Sicily

 

countryside of orchards and vines

 

vineyard

 

wine road

 

 

the winery

 

crusher for white grapes

 

 

 

fermentation tanksks

 

 

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.

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vintage winery equipment

 

Sicilian cart

 

the winery

 

its product

 

being tasted


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