Vermentino and Carignano
It is an area whose characteristics and geological origins have determined the typical landscape, rich in granitic rocks, the disintegration of which produces sandy soils, dissolved from acids to sub-acids, rich in potassium but with little phosphorus and nitrogen.
Particularly favourable conditions for wine production which, combined with carefully selection of the land, caring for the vineyards, patient processing in the cellar and the experience we have gained over the years, enable us to enthusiastically continue a journey which began 30 years ago.
Vermentino is one of the most traditional white grapevines in Sardinia. It arrived from the Iberian peninsula, in the 18th century and reached Gallura through Corsica where it found its natural habitat.
The wine obtained from its grapes has the following organoleptic characteristics: