Marsala wine hails from Marsala, the coastal city of Sicily in Italy. Marsala is made by fortifying Marsala wine with alcohol, such as brandy. This addition of alcohol was originally done to ensure the wine would last long ocean voyages by being more resistant to temperature changes. Today, Marsala is mainly used in cooking and served with a variety of cheeses such as Roquefort or Parmesan.
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