Marco de Bartoli is a cult winery in the area of Marsala in western Sicily, in particular for the ressurrection of the Grillo grape, and for high quality Marsala wines. The winery also has vineyards in Pantelleria where the famous Passito is made of Zibibbo grapes (Moscatto d'Alessandria).
Grillo is a fantastic white grape from Sicily that funny enough means "cricket" in Italian. It mainly grows a lot in western Sicily where it was part of the blend of Marsala, but in recent years focus has been put on it as a monovarietal dry white wine. This is one of the best we've tried. It's deep and full, yet saline and fresh.
Regular bottle (750 ml)