Courtesy of The Whiskey Exchange and Marco De Bartoli
When Americans hear the word Marsala they usually think of a bad chicken dish at a wedding buffet. But wine professionals say that if people knew how magical Marsala could be in a glass, they would think again.
Once sought out by oenophiles all over the world, this Sicilian fortified wine, which has been produced for centuries, if not millennia, fell out of fashion in the mid-twentieth century and hasn’t quite regained its footing. And that’s a shame.