That's where lies the company Marco De Bartoli, a dammuso of the ' 700, to about five hectares of vineyards at 200 m above sea level, facing Southwest.
It was in 1984 that Marco De Bartoli has bottled its passito, in homage to the beautiful land where it is produced, called "Bukkuram", a moscato passito who has pride and merit to have awakened from a long slumber the interest of many companies to capture a slice of the market where the product is located.
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Marco De Bartoli began working as a technician in the winery's mother, then differences in ideas moved to Baglio Samperi, an old family estate where restores the winemaking section to place the historical cellars.
In 1980 has accelerated the first bottling of wine in honor of the district called old Samperi, presented as Marsala wine and Marsala wine. A commitment to fight the decline of the glorious image of this product.
Then in 1985 prompted by a desire to curiosity about the moscato passito di Pantelleria, has bottled my first Bukkuram moscato passito. In 1993 became President of the regional Institute of vine and Wine.
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