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Are you in Sicily? Visit the Florio Winery in Marsala…

Are you on holiday on Sicily’s splendid beaches and want to treat yourself to a magic moment? Visit the Florio Winery in Marsala!  Spend a day in one of the island’s most enchanting corners, where nature, architecture and a love of good food blend to perfection. Stroll through the little white streets of Marsala old town, browsing among the scents and wonders of the historic market, to then be surrounded by the still-untamed nature of the Stagnone Reserve and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Marsala Salt Flats… An enjoyable itinerary, rich in beauty, where a tour of the Florio Winery is a natural part. The wide aisles and great barrels will welcome you with their magical atmosphere on a guided tour of the Winery, where you will discover all the secrets of Florio wines. Crossing the threshold of the historic rooms, you will enter the Cellar, an evocative place where about 5.550.000 litres of Marsala rest in silence and tranquil stillness. After a fascinating tour through the barrel cellars, where the ancient tufa stone floor has been restored, you can visit the Donna Franca Tasting Room. The result of a new way of conceiving the Cellar spaces, in this room tasting is transformed from a moment of pleasure into a fascinating experience involving all the senses and stimulating them with colours, sounds and scents. The tour of the cellars concludes in the Florio Enoteca, a state of the art wine shop that contains the entire range of Duca di SalaparutaCorvo andFlorio wines, as well as a selection of some of Sicily’s best handicrafts and local delicacies. The perfect way to taste a range of the excellent products of this unique land.

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