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Assuli

 
 
 

Apply: Assuli
 
Wine area: Sicilia (IGT)
 
Foundation year: 2011
 
Winemaker: Lorenzo Landi
 
Vine variety: GRILLO, INSOLIA, CATARRATTO LUCIDO, ZIBIBBO, NERO D'AVOLA, SYRAH, PERRICONE
 
Hectare: 130
 
Number of bottles produced/year: 100000
 
Most important labels:
BESI - NERO D'AVOLA DOC SICILIA
FURIOSO - PERRICONE DOC SICILIA
LORLANDO - NERO D'AVOLA DOC SICILIA
ASTOLFO - GRILLO DOC SICILIA
DONNA ANGELICA - BIANCO DOC SICILIA
 
Wine Road: Strada del Vino e dei Sapori Val di Mazara
Description

The history of Assuli is the history of Sicilian wine. Thanks to the scrupulous maintenance of the traditional ways of processing indigenous grapes, it produces unforgettable wines, all organic, faithful to the special place from which they come from. Assuli fully affirms the principle of identity of the territory through the enhancement of the production of Sicilian vines to safeguard the aromatic heritage that makes this island unique. The native vines, in fact, develop an intimate relationship with the territory, adapting to it and feeding on its features. Baglio Assuli is a modern winery that combines tradition and innovation in a magical place where the horizon meets the countryside. Tradition is combined with modern winemaking techniques that enhance its expressive power, to obtain an ever higher quality, remaining faithful to the methods of excellence in winemaking. Combining all the scents of Sicily with a complete aromatic research, Assuli is allowing an ever wider public to know and appreciate the wines of excellence celebrated by numerous awards.

How to get

Contrada Carcitella


Wine Tasting: yes
 
Oil Tasting: yes
 
Purchase products in the cellar: yes
 
Purchase products online: yes
 
Disabled accessibility: yes
 
Coach parking: yes
 
Language spoken: Italian, English
 

Territory: Nearby you can find

 
Museum

Archaeological Park of Selinunte

Monuments

Carmelite Convent (Carmine) Monument to the Fisherman Jesuit College Seminary Palace Monument to San Vito Norman Arch

Attractions

Salt pans between Trapani and Marsala