Rosso Di Marco from famous Sicilian wine producer Marco De Bartoli is a unique red wine made from grapes from more than 15 years old vines of the indigenous Pignatello variety growing near the sea in Sicily. A fresh and dry wine with a bouquet showing fruity notes enriched with undergrowth tones and mineral. The taste has notes of cherries and blackberries, delicate tannins and good persistence.
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|Producer||Marco de Bartoli|
|Classification||Pignatello Terre Siciliane I.G.P.|
|Wine style||Dry red wine|
|Maturation||12 months in French oak barrels and 6 months in stainless steel tanks and bottle.|
|Pairs with||Typical Sicilian recipes, such pasta and dishes made with oily fish, white meat and vegetables. Serve at 14-16 °C|
Marco De Bartoli is based in Marsala in the western part of Sicily. He strongly believes in the viticultural 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, De Bartoli 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 di Pantelleria.