Marco De Bartoli could be regarded as the living symbol of Marsala and Sicilian wine in general, with his respect for the past and confidence in the future burdened with doubts about perpetual contradictions. In the seventies, took over her mother Josephine in Baglio Samperi. On the estate had grown grapes Marsala for two centuries, but Marco de Bartoli, with a degree in agronomy and an admirable record as a driver of racing cars, with no intention to drag on an industry in decline. Transformed into sun-baked rustic cellars, where he followed his own vision of Marsala wine, decorating the space available with a collection of vintage cars.
Marco De Bartoli has always amazed by his tenacity and seriousness ascertained in the production of its wines. This time we went beyond that with this wonderful, harmonious Bland Nero d'Avola and a Tempranillo grape vine of which its name derives from temprano which means early in Spanish, it is a prerogative of this grape variety to ripen early in the first half of September.
It's classic and historic wine Marsala. Absolutely "virgin," Solera is the blending of different vintages, that is, changes of rates of small amounts youngest wine in vats that contain older wines, to achieve "perpetual."
Symbol of the nature of the island of Pantelleria lava, is a wine that is in contrast to the typical production of Moscato di Pantelleria, a demonstration of the revolutionary potential of the Zibibbo. Unique glass stopper.