List of products by brand Marco de Bartoli
The tiny volcanic island of Pantelleria, to the south-east of Sicily, produces some of the world’s most exceptional dessert wines. The tradition is a long one: the name of Marco De Bartoli’s estate here, Bukkuram, means father of the vin.
Young, fresh and fruity, Bukkuram "Sole d'Agosto" is the passito that is produced every year in the Bukkuram vineyard in Pantelleria. It takes its name from an indispensable element for Marco De Bartoli, the “August sun”, the month in which the grapes are dried in Bukkuram.
Bunches of the excellent Grillo, one of several white wines that respects the traditions of Sicilian wine. Vinification: in barriques and oak tonneaux French Evolution: 8 months on the lees in barrels and 2 months in bottle
Made in respect of its "natural" tradition and fortified with a mixture of must and brandy, Marco De Bartoli's Marsala Superiore is characterized by very complex aromas and fragrances and offers sensations and emotions of other times.
This Marsala stems from the need to give consumers of wines Marco De Bartoli a classic, but different from the wine taste dry aged.
Vigna La Miccia is an innovative and contemporary semi-dry Marsala Oro in which, thanks to cold vinification, the fruity and more delicate notes of the grape are enhanced. Thus, excessive oxidation during its evolution is avoided.
Symbol of the nature of the island of Pantelleria lava, is a wine that is in contrast to the typical production of Moscato di Pantelleria, a demonstration of the revolutionary potential of the Zibibbo. Unique glass stopper.
Rosso di Marco is made with 100% Pignatello grapes, also known as Perricone, a black traditional grape of Western Sicily, almost disappeared, taking its name from the so called “pignatiddare“, the terra rossa of the province of Trapani, well suited to this variety, and traditionally used to craft terracotta cooking pots “pignatte”.
The "Terza-via" del Grillo represents the tradition of an evolving territory. De Bartoli's classic method sparkling wine combines French tradition with the Sicilian personality of Grillo grapes, a versatile and strong variety.
To make Vecchio Samperi, the De Bartolis use the ancient perpetuumaging method (similar to Solera system) that, through the addition of some new, young wine to wines that are already being aged in barrels, allows to create a harmonious blend of different vintages, with a unique and inimitable taste.
Overview It's classic and historic wine Marsala. Absolutely "virgin," Solera is the blending of different vintages, that is, changes of rates of small amounts youngest wine in vats that contain older wines, to achieve "perpetual." Description: this is the classic and historic wine Marsala. Absolutely "Virgin." Produced from grapes Grillo Company with its yield per ha 30 q.li.