Sardinian Wine

since the Bronze age, the Sardinian has started the grapevine plantation and set off the wine production.

Sardinian wine

The techniques and practices of winemaking were born during the prehistoric times, in the Middle East. However, since the Bronze age, the Sardinian has started the grapevine plantation and set off the wine production.
There has been a unique historical relationship between the island and the grape-vine. This is demonstrated by the number of vineyards and wineries within the island.

In Sardinia there are 15 IGT (Geographical indications), 17 DOC ( an Italian level of classification) and one DOCG (controlled and guaranteed designation of origin) that is the “Vermentino” from Gallura.
The DOCG is the short version of “Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita”, which is a quality assurance label for Italian wines, helping buyers to recognise high quality wines rather than counterfeited wines or frauds.
The wine export has increased significantly, making Sardinian wines well known and appreciated all over the world.
Nowadays, many wineries are well-equipped and it is even possible to visit them for laboratories, workshop, degustation,contemporary exhibition, etc.

Any vineyard is often characterised by its “territory”, that refers to specific geographical and geological characteristics of grapevine plantations.
There are different kinds of vineyards such as Cannonau and Vermentino, being the most famous worldwide. Among others, are worth mentioning some like Carignano, Cagnulari, Torbato, Semidano, Malvasia, Nasco, Nuragus, Moscato and Vernaccia.

Ours winery

Agricola Soi

Winery Soi is located in Nuragus, it makes two wines: SOI and LUN.

Nuraghe Crabioni

Located in the North of Sardinia, with 35  è distribuita in 35 ha, it makes 6 wines.

Cantina Arvisionadu

Located in Benetutti, young winery it makes two wines: G’Oceano and Burghera.

Colle Nivera

Winemakers of Alta Baronia, it makes 10 wines.

Nuraghe Crabioni Moscato di Sorso Sennori Doc

Nuraghe Crabioni Moscato di Sorso-Sennori DOC Vino da dessert, meditazione, socializzazione. Indicato anche con cioccolato. Temperatura di servizio: 15°-17° C.

Nuraghe Crabioni Vermentino di Sardegna DOC

Nuraghe Crabioni Vermentino di Sardegna DOC Vino classico da pesce, ideale per piatti come grigliate di gamberi e spigola; ma anche zuppe di pesce, pesci al forno da preda con aromi mediterranei. Ottimo come aperitivo. Temperatura di servizio: 8°-10° C. WINE SPECTATOR...

Sussinku Rosso – Romangia Cagnulari IGT

Sussinku Rosso Romangia Cagnulari IGT   Indicato con antipasti di salumi, si accompagna a formaggi di media stagionatura, primi piatti in salse rosse, risotti, arrosti di carni bianche e rosse. Ottimo con i piatti della tradizione culinaria Sarda. Temperatura di...

Kanimari Vermentino di Sardegna DOC

Kanimari Vermentino di Sardegna DOC   Vino classico da pesce, ideale per piatti come grigliate di gamberi e spigola; ma anche zuppe di pesce, pesci al forno da preda con aromi mediterranei. Ottimo come aperitivo. Temperatura di servizio: 8°-10° C. GUIDA ESPRESSO 2014...

Sussinku Bianco Romangia IGT

Sussinku Bianco Romangia IGT Vino classico da pesce, ideale per piatti come grigliate di gamberi e spigola; ma anche zuppe di pesce, pesci al forno da preda con aromi mediterranei. Ottimo come aperitivo. Temperatura di servizio: 8°-10° C. GUIDA ESPRESSO 2013 -...

Nuraghe Crabioni, Cannonau DOC

Nuraghe Crabioni Cannonau DOC     Vino di grande duttilità: si abbina anche con pesci grassi come il tonno o il pesce azzurro in genere. Carni bianche nobili, capretto, agnello e porcetto sardo. Temperatura di servizio: 15-17°C. WINE & SPIRITS 2013 - Migliore...

BURGHERA Isola dei Nuraghi IGP – Arvisionadu

BURGHERA Isola dei Nuraghi - IGP   Produced of 80% Cannonau and Sangiovese carefully selected hand-picked grapes, blended with Cagnulari and Syrah. This red wine has a modern taste, a distinctive fruity scent and a delicate spicy aroma with hints of wild berries and...

G’Oceano Isola dei Nuraghi IGP – Arvisionadu

G’OCEANO Isola dei Nuraghi - IGP   A fine and rare varietal wine, whose every detail has been given special attention to; only 4 thousand bottles have been produced. It has a distinguished and fragrant scent with hints of white fruits. Obtained from the hand-picked...

LUN Isola dei Nuraghi – IGT

Isola dei Nuraghi (IGT)   Origin: Nuragus Grapes: A selection of Sardinian grapes named Bovale, Cagnulari, Sardinian Barbera and Sirah. Alcoholic content: 12,5 Classification: “Isola dei Nuraghi” IGT Lun is an IGT wine (Geographical Indication) referring the “Isole...

SOI Cannonau di Sardegna DOC

Cannonau di Sardegna (DOC)   Origin: Nuragus Grapes: Cannonau 90% with other traditional red berry vine variety Alcoholic content: 13,5 Classification: “Cannonau di Sardegna” DOC Soi is a DOC  “Cannonau of Sardinia” produced with 90% of  Cannonau grapes and the...

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