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Donnafugata, Marsala

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  • Beautiful visit already programmed in the cellar Donnafugata. Very good personal as well as the tour into the cellar with more than exhaustive explanation. We also tasted exceptional wines with accompagnamentod the typical products of the region. I will wait only March to order wines that interest me.
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  • I had the pleasure of visiting the winery and was pleasantly fascinated by the atmosphere inside and the manic housecleaning. I have tasted of the labels and it was such a thrill after another. Wood, the Gabry Vineyard, Arabian nights, Ben Rye. #sonorimastosenzaparole special thanks to Ivan who made us feel at home. My Heartfelt Congratulations
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  • OUTRAGEOUS! That is, there are people interested and don't enter! Then the wine shop is only open half an hour. .. poor guardian dear parking that you have to justify it with all the tourists ... Go to South Africa to learn how to work the cellars!
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  • Very nice place to learn much about Sicily and its wines. Donnafugatha differs from the nearby ones as they do not produce any Marsala wine. But they have some of the most interesting and refined wines on the island at the moment (in my opinion). And with great style. The whites are pure poetry, featuring also some dessert wines from the tradition like the Ben rye'. My favourites are the Chardonnay, super dry and perfectly perfumed. The guides are very kind and very prepared, and the visit is of superior cultural value, featuring also the tasting of local specialities. A must.
  • Whenever you're traveling to Sicily it doesn't matter. You must pay a visit to this winery. They have the best Passito di Pantelleria (zibibbo) I ever tasted: the Ben Ryé
  • Sicilian wine cellar and historic heritage signature, high-quality wines and details to their method of production, collection and aging, undoubtedly recommend a visit to the headquarters of Donnafugata. I think they should spend more time in the explanations during the tour, because I was under the impression that the guide had a hurry in to drive between the various stages without dwelling too much on the history and terms for insiders. The tasting was relaxed, interactive and for the right duration.
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  • This place has guided tours in English with Italian melody. You'll see barrels, cisterns and pictures on ägarfamilen. The tour ends with a tasting of four wines were of three tasted si so there all kompanjerat to a musikdvd where the owner sang Italian smörsång keeping the various wine bottles as if they were her lovers.
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  • The room with the casks is spectacular. The tasting was excellent.
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