Marsala is one of the world's great fortified wines, made exclusively in and around the town of that name, in the far west of Sicily, in Southern Italy. Modern Marsala can be made from any one of ten grape varieties, including the traditional Grillo and Inzolia and the modern, mass-planted Catarratto. Other grapes are the Sicilian specialties Pignatello, Nerello Mascalese and Damaschino and the only variety on the list to be grown outside Sicily, Nero d'Avola. The latter, along with Pignatello and Nerello Mascalese, provide color in the red-hued Rubino Marsala wines, which must be made from at least 70% of these varieties.
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