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About------Marsovin is a household name in Malta, synonymous with the productionof premium wines. The roots of this well-earned status were planted almost a century ago when Chev. Anthony Cassar founded the company under the name of A&G Cassar, in...more
Very interesting visit to Marsovin vinery. Useful information about vines an production, as well as very delicious and informative vine tasting by kind guid of the real Cassar family man. A mast have place to visit in Malta.
I had wine tasting by the cellar, where they cater for private occasions. I tasted 6 wines and I love the Guze, Odeyssey, Caravaggio and Primus! They also have sparkling wine . It was serve with local bread biscuits and dips. It was a great...More
Went to Marsovin as part of a tour from our Hotel and found it very interesting. You start off in a room where you are told about the history of Maltese wine, from when it was barely drinkable, to the limited production "boutique" wines they...More
We got to the place by a recommendation of the hotel guys.
Is a little bit far from St. Julians area but it worth the drive. You can take a text (20-28 €=20 min drive ), or the bus (2€ each person , 40-45 min...More
We came here whilst on holiday in Malta, it was part of a tour we booked prior to our arrival. When we arrived we were given a talk about the wine making process and the vineyards the winery source their grapes from. Then we were...More
Marsovin's wine have a very good quality/price ratio. Taste the Chardonay (different kinds), the Chenin blanc or the Pinot blanc to make your idea.
In red I have taste the Shiraz and it's also quite good.
If you go to Marsovin you will have the...More
If You normally drink wines twice a year and spend mainly time in a pub in London and have never ever visited a wine cellar - the tour is a must.
If You love wines, then it is propably not Your tour. The offered wines...More
Right at the entrance of Hastings Gardens, overlooking the fortifications of Valletta, its new City Gate constructed by famous italian architect Renzo Piano and the blue, blue sea, last weekend you have been invited to celebrate maltese wines and and take part at the „Marsovin-Wine...More
Visited as part of an organised 3 Cities Tour. Gentleman conducting the tour was excellant, knowledgeable and passionate indeed but the talk went on about 30 minutes more than the audience could cope with. I note that the group gave up on the lengthy talk...More
The tour takes place at the Marsovin Cellars near the docks in Marsa. Yes, you only tour the cellars etc but so much history and such an enthusiastic 'guide'. The vineyards are all over Malta and you don't visit them as part... More
The tour takes place at the Marsovin Cellars near the docks in Marsa. Yes, you only tour the cellars etc but so much history and such an enthusiastic 'guide'. The vineyards are all over Malta and you don't visit them as part of the tour but driving around you see them. However everything pertinent is explained, and you can ask as many questions as you like! The tour was a gift from our son and daughter-in-law, we phoned up and booked a time convenient to us. There was only us three, my husband and I and our daughter-in-law. She is pregnant and asked if she could sit inside while we did the tour, but the guide insisted she come with us. She tasted a couple of wines, too! I think the tour was meant to last an hour but it went on quite a bit longer! I suppose it depends on how many questions you ask! Fortunately, given the number of wines we tasted, we had a designated driver! We also bought some wine. We have been to a few vineyards and wineries and this tour ranks among the best. I hope this helps. Regards, Sarah
That would be a bit difficult. I am not aware of any restaurants within walking distance. Would taking a bus work? If yes, in fifteen minutes you can be in one of the best waterfronts in Malta - either the Valletta... More
That would be a bit difficult. I am not aware of any restaurants within walking distance. Would taking a bus work? If yes, in fifteen minutes you can be in one of the best waterfronts in Malta - either the Valletta waterfront or the Vittoriosa Waterfront. Two great places you must visit for a great dining experience.