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Vecchio Samperi Marco De Bartoli - 75cl
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Vecchio Samperi Marco De Bartoli - 75cl

De Bartoli

Vecchio Samperi signed by Marco De Bartoli is a legendary white wine made according to the ancient pre-British tradition of Marsala wine, obtained without fortification but subjected to a twenty-year aging with perpetual method. Amber-colored, it has tertiary aromas of wood, dried fruit and tobacco that anticipate a rich, long, dry and seductive taste.




White grapes


Alcohol content

16.5 %


75 cl Bottle


Soft pressing, cold settling and spontaneaou sfermentationb with indigenous yeasts in old oak barrels. Without added sulphites

Filosofia produttiva

Oxidative Style, No added sulfites or minimum, Indigenous yeasts, Natural

Additional Notes

Contains sulfites


At Marsala, in the western part of Sicily, Marco De Bartoli has built from the 70s (the period when he succedeed his mother Josephine in the management of Baglio Samperi) one of the most reliable wine cellars for classic and local grape varietes like Grillo and Zibibbo. The Vecchio Samperi is an excellent example of this fact: created in honor of the homonymous lands that are home to the company and raised as his most important and perennial icon, this Marsala is obtained through the ancient Soleras method, pouring in sequence small percentages of youngest wines in vats that contain older wines, able to create a harmonious blend of different vintages, with a unique and inimitable flavor. Despite Vecchio Samperi Marsala has been unanimously recognized as the ultimate wine of this category, Marco De Bartoli chose since the early years of production to not boast the DOC Marsala Vergine Stravecchio, being contrary to the practice of fortification with alcohol which the designation still admits, with the firm will to emphasize the actual "virginity" of his creation. Last year, Marco De Bartoli has disappeared, leaving a huge void: but as for the Soleras method, which year after year is nourished with new lymph, the tradition of De Bartoli Marsala continues with the heir Renato, giving new prestige to the Vecchio Samperi, unrivaled example of a deep connection between man, grape and earth.


Bright amber


Full-bodied, intense, rich and articulated, with a very long and dry persistence


Complex, rich and amazing, of dried fruits, honey, oriental spices and noble woods, with marine nuances