Sunday 28 May, the appointment that celebrates the culture of quality wine throughout Italy is back: at the historic cellars of Donnafugata in Marsala, guided tours, Slow Food workshops on autochthonous vine varieties, tastings of great vintages from the winery's historic reserve and the art of baking by Fratelli Vescera, passionate guardians of ancient Sicilian grains.
Novelties and confirmations for the winery at the first Vinitaly without the founder Giacomo Rallo. In Verona, the first fruit of the investments in eastern Sicily, the Frappato di Vittoria “Bell'Assai”. The new label will be autographed by its author Stefano Vitale.
An unprecedented tasting of all the vintages produced from 1995 to 2011: in the exclusive reportage produced by Ian D'Agata for Vinous, the “remarkable elegance and ageworthiness” of this icon of Italian wine emerges.
Donnafugata pays tribute to Giacomo Tachis, dedicating this edition of Vinitaly to “his” Mille e una Notte, a wine representative of an innovative Sicily.
Donnafugata's Signature Reds: Intriguing and complex
A taste en primeur of the wines of the 2013 harvest and the celebration of the new vintage of Mille e una Notte, 2008