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The wine industry has long been the fundamental base of Marsala's economy. This is due to John Woodhouse’s insight, a merchant from Liverpool who sensed the potential of this fortified Sicilian wine, selling it almost everywhere. In just a few years Marsala became famous in the many living rooms of European cities: its particular organoleptic characteristics, now appreciated all over the world, depend on the structure of the soil and the rather hot climate.
The wine, noble in taste and delicate in smell, is aged in high quality wooden barrels. Today, in addition to the classical version of the Marsala, you can try variants flavoured with almonds, chocolate and coffee.