Mention winemaking in Malta, and the name Marsovin immediately springs to mind. Marsovin has today achieved renown not only among the Maltese people for the quality and variety of its range of wines, but also for its pioneering success on both local and international fronts.
Over 100 years have passed since Chevalier Anthony Cassar first started out as a small wine producer collecting grapes from local farmers and producing wine which was then sold and distributed to shops using horse-drawn carts. Throughout successive generations, technology and standards were developed into a more modern and superior quality winery, adapting the business to the demands of more modern times. Today, the tradition continues with Marsovin holding a leading place as a modern winery producing premium wines, with Jeremy Cassar, the founder’s great grandson, at its helm.
Today, Marsovin owns over 199 tumuli of land which make up five private estates in Malta and Gozo, specifically intended for the production of premium quality, single-estate wines. The wine cellars are situated in a building dating to the Order of St. John , home to over 220 oak barrels used for premium red wine ageing. The Marsovin estates and cellars are a testimony to Marsovin’s commitment to the culture of wine.