Wine in Sicily

3-day Wine Tasting in Marsala - Italy

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Duration3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

LocationMarsala

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Overview

Marsala is not just a charming coastal town on the west coast of Sicily, but also home to the oldest and best-known wine variety in Sicily. You’ll sleep in an agriturismo between the vineyards, finding enough time to explore the town and the surrounding area, between trips to the wine cellars.

What's included

  • Accommodation – price based on 2 people sharing
  • 2 x breakfast
  • Wine tasting tour

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Arrival Marsala

Today you’ll drive to the coastal town of Marsala on the west coast of Sicily. Marsala is known for the wine of the same name and is the oldest and best-known wine, produced only in this region of Sicily. Stroll through the town, taking in its friendly atmosphere and photogenic cathedral. After which, drive back to your agriturismo where there is a swimming pool and a terrace for you to relax with your first taste of Marsala wine. 

a white building next to lines of wine bushes

Visit wine cellar and wine tasting

You can relax some more this morning, as it’s not until this afternoon that you’ll head to a local vineyard, about ten minutes away from your agriturismo. Here we have scheduled a wine tasting for you and after visiting the large wine cellar, you will be served four wines from the region with a view over the vineyards to compliment them. Marsala is a fortified wine, similar to port or sherry, and different snacks are paired with each wine. 

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Departure Marsala

One last dip in the pool and a nice breakfast, then it’s time to go and explore Sicily further. You can continue along the west coast to the salt pans or travel through the Madonie Mountains to Cefalu ,a quintessential coastal fishing village. 

 

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