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Wedding at the winery: how important is the right wine?

As Italian poet Edmondo de Amicis reminds us, “Wine adds a smile to friendship and a spark to love.”

Those who decide to get married at a winery, an increasingly popular trend, are well aware of this.

What do you think your guests will remember?

The wedding favours and table linen you chose, or the atmosphere you were able to create on your wedding day?

To create the perfect atmosphere, you will have to take a lot of things into consideration, such as the music and flowers, but first and foremost wine.

Wineries are an interesting venue, full of unique charm and ideal for a super chic wedding. However, to make it unforgettable, you should keep everything as personal as possible and the right wine will help you achieve this. In fact, wine will make your guests feel at ease, let loose on the dance floor in the evening and remember your special day.

So, each wedding has its own wine. Here’s what we can offer those who decide to celebrate it at Cantine Florio in Marsala.

An original wedding should be about making unexpected choices, such as using local wildflowers, but also more daring ones. Have you ever thought of having marsala wine as an aperitif? To give your guests a sensational welcome, Baglio Florio will prove to be a memorable choice.

For a cheerful wedding, don’t forget the fizz to celebrate your special moments. Duca Brut is the best choice for weddings with a certain swing.

For a super chic wedding that is sure to impress with its elegance, choose the Duca Enrico or Bianca di Valguarnera wines to accompany the courses. It will be truly unforgettable!

If you prefer a sophisticated atmosphere, but with a less formal vibe, the wines of Etna are exactly what you need. The character of Nawàri or the velvety caress of Passo delle Mule will win over your guests.

Finally, for a laid back wedding, allow your guests to serve themselves at finger food buffet tables while holding a glass of Star wine.

Tell us what your Dream Wedding is, we will take care of the Wine 🙂

 

 

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