Marsala is one of the most appreciated wines in Italy, named after the city (in the Sicilian province of Trapani) where it has been produced since 1883.
The wine’s fame traces back to the end of the 1700s, when Italy began trading the liquor with England. Due to its high alcohol content, Marsala had the advantage of not spoiling during the journey! The wine is obtained from grapes rich in sugar, mainly of the Grillo, Inzolia, and Cataratto variety, and its production method (called “Solera”) requires the slow oxidation of the wine and the addition of alcohol (called fortification) at the end of the aging period (the longer the aging period, the more flavorful the wine).
The high-quality eggs we use to make our cream gelato come from hens who are controlled and inspected throughout the reproductive cycle. We use the egg yolks in our cream, vanilla, zabaione, and malaga flavored gelato. Enjoy flavors that is hard to find elsewhere!