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Vinitaly 2010

06 December. AWARDS

The salt pans are an exceptional site of natural beauty and landscape. Present since the Norman era, over time their economic importance rose to its apex during Spanish rule, when Trapani was considered the most important European port for the salt trade. Today, the salt has become a nature reserve managed by WWF Italy that is working to upgrade and promote the regrowth and the restructuring of some facilities that are in disarray. In the nearly one thousand acre reserve, the extraction of salt is still practised according to ancient methods and you can see the famous windmills used for pumping water between basins. The strategic position, on the border between Africa and Europe, means that many migratory birds make their stop. It is an unspoilt, charming place where you will be enchanted by a sunset over the sea and a heron flying above.

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13 May

Un augurio speciale da #baronemontalto #passivento #festadellamamma #mothersday

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28 April

History, art and delicious flavours: Palermo is the beating heart of Sicily. It was great starting here our journey. #ExperienceSicily

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26 April

Meet Gianmichele and Lorena Messina from Forneria Messina: they were able to seize the soul of our Passivento Rosso Terre Siciliane IGT by creating an extraordinary flavoured dish. It was the first stop of our #ExperienceSicily journey.

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29 December

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So, you think you know Barone Montalto?

So, you think you know wine?  A new interesting blind tasting from the Canadian WineAlign.Do you think you could do better? Test your friends ...

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23 October

AWARDS
AWC Vienna 2016

Nero d'Avola Passivento 2015Silver

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28 July

AWARDS
Best Wine in Box 2016

Catarratto Viognier Terre Siciliane IGT

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