The red grape called Monica is one of Sardinia’s most ancient. The grape is cultivated in deep, relatively chalky soils that are well-exposed to the sun – these conditions enable it to express all of its potential.
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Colour: ruby red tending toward garnet.
Aroma: assertive, laced with notes of red-berry jam; vegetal, heady and fruit-driven.
Palate: dry, slightly acidic, flavoursome, smooth and well-bodied.
18 - 20° C
Alcohol level: 12.5 - 13.5 % vol.
Matching: pairs up perfectly with soups and (red and white) meat-based dishes.
Sizes: 0.75 cl
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