Around ten years ago, I was gifted a crate of white wine by my brother in law, who worked in a wholesale Liquor distributors warehouse.
One of the pallets got part smashed, and it was an insurance write off, so doled out amongst the night workers.
The wine that I mention, was a Sicilian white, which was called " Sala de paruta", and it was wonderful - while it lasted, dry, fruity, around 11.5 per cent by volume, and a bottle was just too much for one, yet not enough for two, what I regard as the perfect blend!
I have tried to find through Vintners, another supply of this wine, but to no avail.
I wondered if it was from one of the small provincial vineyard that may have, by now, been swallowed up by a larger producer?
if anyone has any information regarding this wine -and where to purchase , I would be grateful for the information.
Blessings of love and light,
Hi Magister. I have not heard of this particular wine, but I wondered if it was connected in some way to the fortified wine Marsala, and is made in the west of Sicily. I'll look into it, and hopefully find out a bit more. Love & light, Joanne