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Indulge in the rich flavours of Marsala Superiore Dolce Garibaldi, a Sicilian sweet wine with 18% alcohol content, perfect for traditional dessert pairings.

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Marsala Superiore Dolce Garibaldi

Sweet Garibaldi Marsala Wine

Marsala Superiore Garibaldi DOC Wine


Indulge in the exquisite Marsala Superiore Dolce Garibaldi, a Sicilian sweet wine that offers a delightful blend of flavours.

Notably, this sweet wine with 18% alcohol content is a standout choice for dessert enthusiasts.

Sicilian Sweet Wine

Production and Cultivation

Production Area:

Produced exclusively in the Marsala territory, as defined by Act 851 on November 28th, 1984.

Cultivation Methods:

Grown using traditional cultivation methods in the rich vineyards of Sicily.

Growing System:

Cultivated using the espalier system with Guyot pruning, ensuring the highest quality grapes.

Harvest Time:

The grapes are carefully harvested in August or September, at their peak ripeness.

Our wine embodies the essence of Sicily’s winemaking heritage.

Winemaking Process:

After fermentation in steel tanks, the Marsala Superiore Dolce Garibaldi undergoes a meticulous blending process, resulting in a wine of extraordinary complexity.

Ethyl Alcohol Addition:

High-quality ethyl alcohol of wine origin, cooked must, and mistella are skillfully added to enhance its unique sensory profile.

Quality and Characteristics

Alcoholic Strength:

With an alcohol content of 18% Vol., it’s a wine of remarkable strength and character.

Sugary Residue:

Featuring a sugary residue of 30 grams per litre, this wine boasts the perfect balance of sweetness.

Preserving Authentic Flavors: Wood Refining:

Matured for at least 2 years in oak barrels, preserving its authentic flavours and adding depth to its taste profile.

Maturing in Bottle:

Further ageing in the bottle for a minimum of 3 months allows the wine to develop its full character.

Sip with Precision: Ideal Serving Temperature

For the best experience, serve Marsala Superiore Dolce Garibaldi at a temperature of 14-16°C (57-61°F).


Experience the rich traditions of Marsala wine and the beauty of Sicily in every sip.

In Conclusion

In conclusion, Marsala Superiore Dolce Garibaldi offers a unique experience, combining the best of Sicilian winemaking with a delightful sweetness, making it an ideal pairing for traditional Sicilian confectionery and artisan cheeses. Indulge in this extraordinary wine and savour the essence of Sicily.


Tasting Notes

Grapes: Grillo 50%, Catarratto 50%

Color: Intense amber with gold highlights

Aroma: Intense and very complex, with hints which remind us ripe white fruits in alcohol, huts, hazelnuts, bitter almonds and pine nuts. This bouquet is precious because of delicate hints of oak, vanilla and cinnamon.

Taste: Dry, soft, velvety with a pleasant sense of aromatic hints perceived by the nose.

Wine Maker

VINCI VINI Close your eyes for a moment while the wind and the sun are caressing you, breathe the air which is around you, full of scents: the one of the sea, the one of the vegetation and the other one of the soil. You can’t make a mistake….. you are in Marsala, ”The Wine Land”. No other town can boast of a so various production of wines. The English, keen and far-sighted, realized the potentiality of this place when they landed here in the 18th century and understood immediately that, from the local grape varieties, they could get something similar to the Spanish and Portuguese wines: that wine which later would have become famous all over the world with the name of “Marsala”. In this so vined land, in 1997 our three families of growers decided to buy the brand “Cantine Vinci” and to start a new adventure which would have involved them in the trasformation of their grapes into wines with a distinct and costant quality. Going from simply growers to wine-makers wasn’t so easy, but the experience, transmitted from father to son for generations, has been useful to let us understand what grapes were good to get the best quality wine,what were the best times for the grapes harvest, what were the soils to raise mainly the physiological and productive properties of several cultivars. So, producing valuable grapes has become our basic rule to get excellent quality wines. Little by little, the willingness to learn and the aim to produce great wines have been recognized and awarded. So today, Cantine Vinci can boast about important awards got for the production of wines that, once tasted, can’t be forgotten.


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