Marsala Superiore "Garibaldi" - Martinez
Marsala Superiore Dolce bears the name of Garibaldi because this was the kind of wine favoured by him when he landed in Marsala during his campaign to unify Italy. With a sugar residue of 11%, this is the sweetest of the Marsala Martinez wines and probably the reason why so many women prefer it over other wines. During the concia process, which is the stage when the type of Marsala being produced is defined, alcohol, mistelle and cooked must are added to the wine, giving it an intense amber colour. The ageing process then begins in oak casks, where the wine is in contact with the air for a number of years, developing its characteristic oxidative bouquet.