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Selected grapes from Muristellu autochthon wine of the middle sardinian island and cannonau typical wine of the island. Production zone: geographic zone of mandrolisai, in the hearth of Sardinian, in lands of hight sunnu hills. Colour: Ruby-red, with garnet reflexes. Taste: rich, dry, generous and a with a persistent taste Accompagnaments: roaster meats,...
Type of products: 0,75 l. bottle Alcohol: 12,50% vol Colour: Red with violet tones. Aroma: Intense and pleasant. Taste: Asciutto, rich with peculiar aftertaste. Service temperature: 18° Food pairings: First course, soups, white meat and soft cheeses.
Type of products: 0,75 l. bottle. Alcohol : 12,00% vol Colour: Light straw yellow. Aroma: Fruity e pleasant. Taste: Dry, rich, harmonious e slightly sour. Service temperature: 8° - 10° Food pairings: White meat, fish e shellfish.
Type of products: 0,75 l. bottle Alcohol: 12,50% vol Colour: Straw yellow with green tones. Aroma: Intense and pleasant. Taste: Dry, rich with peculiar aftertaste. Service temperature: 8° - 10° Food pairings: Game and mature cheeses.
Vermentino, which has acclimatised well throughout Sardinia, is grown in the north-eastern corner of the Sella&Mosca estate, on ancient alluvial soil. Its very concentrated nose shows great complexity that focuses on the variety’s aromatic typicity. The palate has firm structure, with taut flickers of marine salinity backed by fruity notes in the soft...
Made from Cannonau and Sangiovese. Its nose combines the delicate, fragrant, elegant typical floral notes of Sangiovese and the light vinous sensations of Cannonau. On the palate it is dry, fresh and well balanced, with attractive hints of red fruit, cherries and ripe damsons, making it highly drinkable. It is excellent with aperitifs, fish soups and...
GRAPES: Monica 85%, Bovale 15%. San Bernardino is the holy saint of of Mogoro village. IT’S BEST ENJOYED WITH: It’s nice with pasta dishes also in gratin, served with meat or various tomato-based sauces; good match with roasted meats and semi-mature cheeses. It gets well with pizzas, fat fish fried or cooked with tomato sauce. Vol 13%
PLACE OF ORIGINGallura, in the countryside of Monti, elevation 300/450 m asl; weathered granite soil. GRAPE VARIETIES Cannonau, Pascale, Malaga, Monica. VINIFICATION TECHNIQUERed, with complete pomace maceration. TASTING NOTESColour: intense ruby red. Nose: big and lingering bouquet. Palate: vinous, dry, harmonious.
TECHNICAL SHEET GRAPES: Monica grapes from the Jerzu area ASPECT: Ruby red colour with purple tinges NOSE Typical, fresh, intense, with scents of forest fruits and Mediterranean scrub blossoms SUGGESTED FOOD MATCHES: Excellent with salami, cheeses and pasta and rice dishes from the best Sardinian tradition. Vol 12% Cl 75
Isula it's a fancy name that evokes Sardinia, our wonderful island of belonging. This wine pours a deep bright red colour, a dry velvety taste and an intense aroma with hints of forest floor and red fruits. It is excellent with roasted meat or game dishes and it accompanies perfectly typical Sardinian cheeses. This wine should be served at a temperature...
Light straw and bright yellow. It's a fine, elegant and delicate wine. It expresses olfactory notes of aromatic herbs such as thyme, rosemary, chamomile and licorice fresh root. The savory taste is characteristic, combined with delicate acidity and a long finish. It’s a special wine that improves with ageing. Vol 12.5% Cl 75
PLACE OF ORIGIN: Gallura, elevation 300/450 m asl; weathered granite soil. VINIFICATION TECHNIQUE: White, light crushing and soft pressing, fermentation under controlled temperature. TASTING NOTES: Colour: light straw yellow with green tinges.Nose: elegant bouquet, hints of quince, acacia blossoms, slight notes of bitter almonds. Palate: dry,...
The palate is dry and flavoursome with great backbone and length, offering hints of sweet peppers alternating with figs. It is a perfect accompaniment to starters, particularly cream, velouté and onion soups, as well as soufflés, vegetable terrines and elaborate fish dishes. Cl. 75 Vol 12,5%
It has a pleasantly aromatic nose with hints of spring flowers and tropical fruit, accompanied by a dry, fresh palate with lively fruit. The fruity flavour is accentuated by the typical aroma of the grape variety. It is good as an aperitif and as an accompaniment to appetisers, fish and white meats. Cl 75 Vol 12%
The nose offers residual vinous sensations, accompanied by great fruit that emerges from a slight underlying note of good oak. The warm, full palate combines velvety, caressing tannins with ripe late-autumn fruit, held together by the subtle presence of fine oak. Cl 75 Vol 13%
In our vineyard we product this native-sardinian grapes. Thanks to the care we take over the vinification process, and to the prolonged period it spends ageing before being released onto the market, this noble wine displays an elegant structure and an unmistakable aroma. Cl 75 Vol 13%
Vernaccia di Oristano - DOC Silvio Carta - Riserva Il vino di Vernaccia, annoverato tra i migliori vini del mondo, è il più celebre della Sardegna. E' di colore ambrato, il profumo ricorda il mandorlo e il gusto è morbido e vellutato con ritorno leggermente amarognolo. Va bevuto leggermente fresco con l'antipasto o con il dessert. Vol. 16,5 % Piccolo:...
GRAPES: Cannonau grapes from the Jerzu area.QUALIFICATION: Cannonau di Sardegna D.O.C. Red.ASPECT: Brilliant ruby red.NOSE: Intense bouquet with hints of blackberry and forest berries.TASTE AND FLAVOUR: Harmonious, warm, pleasingly tannic.SUGGESTED FOOD MATCHES: Roast meats, game, flavoursome dishes.SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16 - 18°C Vol. 13.5% Cl. 75
PLACE OF ORIGIN: Gallura, elevation 300/450 m asl; weathered granite soil. GRAPE VARIETIES: 100% Vermentino di Gallura. VINIFICATION TECHNIQUE: White with fermentation under controlled temperature. TASTING NOTES: Colour: light straw yellow with green tinges.Nose: intense, slight hints of apple, bitter almonds. Palate: dry, mellow.
Cala di SetaVermentino di SardegnaDenominazione di Origine Controllata NameAccording to tradition, the name Calasetta derives from Cala di Seta, or Silk Cove, a small bay where the Pinna Nobilis was collected, a rare shell whence byssus, the precious marine silk, is taken.