The Wardija Valley Estate spans over 28 tumoli of land. Situated in a valley, the Estate’s location favours the growth of high quality Chardonnay grapes and was planted with around 7,500 vines in 1999. Cassar de Malte, Malta’s first quality sparkling wine is produced from this Estate in the “Méthode Traditionnelle” which is the traditional method of making Champagne. It was crafted in memory of Chev. Anthony Cassar, the founder of Marsovin.
Cassar de Malte is Malta's only Brut created entirely using the 'Methode Traditionnelle.' It owes its character and finesse to the Chardonnay grapes harvested in the Wardija Valley Estate and to a minimum of 12 to 24 months maturing on the yeast lees in the bottle. Its bouquet is typically complex with lingering floral and fruity notes. It is invitingly rich, full in taste and complemented by its pleasant natural sparkle.