It is in Sicily, in the western part of the island, in Marsala, that Marco De Bartoli strongly believing in the viticulture traditions of his territory, rediscovers and nourishes the deep root between the traditional and innovative methods of working the soil and winemaking.

Looking for an excellent quality, combined with the respect for Sicilian wine traditions, Marco chooses native grapes, especially Grillo, cultivated in Sicily since the Phoenician age and main grape of the classic Marsala wine, and Zibibbo, from which is obtained the well-known Moscato Passito of Pantelleria.

A passionate research started from Marco De Bartoli that continues today thanks to his children, Renato, Sebastiano and Giuseppina and that, during the last years, has focused more and more on vintage wine production, monovarietal and native wines.

Tasting Notes

Hazy, unfiltered lemon yellow. This really strikes a perfect balance between Zibibbo’s sweet, aromatic grapiness and saline, almost iodine intensity. Complex and full of character, with an undertow of stones and lemon confit. Bone-dry, lemon and orange palate and with a just perceptible, silky texture. Long and linear, its leanness is filled out by aromatic but bone-dry Moscato fruit. Slight prickle and savoury umami notes on the finish. A statement as well as a wine.