The Curatolo family has been producing Marsala wine since 1875, when Vito Curatolo Arini decided to build a winery within his own vineyards. He collaborated with Martin Shuvabaten, a commercial expert from Switzerland, to transform the winery into a successful Marsala business. By the beginning of the 1900s, the winery was transporting their products throughout Europe, and were one of the first wineries exporting to the USA and South America. Their iconic label, created by noted architect Ernesto Basile, has since become a symbol of high quality, yet affordable, Marsala wines.
Vito Curatolo Arini Marsala Superiore Riserva is composed of carefully selected Grillo, Cataratto and Inzolia grapes, and has been aged in Slavonian oak casks for at least ten years. An intense nose of bitter almonds, dates and vanilla leads to a dry, full bodied palate with elegant fruit notes accented by hints of spice.
Product of Italy
Alcohol by Volume: 18%