The beautiful island of Sardinia has not only light blue water, clean sandy beaches and a Mediterranean climate. The wine from Sardinia is in a class of its own. The white wine Vermentino is fruity and intense in taste. A Cannonau is as red as a sparkling ruby and convinces with an all-round harmonious taste. Wine from the island of Sardinia is a very good choice in every season.
Trias with taste from Sardinia
The Sardinian vineyards are planted with autochthonous and imported grape varieties. The best known among them are from the north of the island to the south: Vermentino, Cannonau and Carignan. Each grape variety culminates in a delicate wine that promises a unique taste. The southern Carignan (also known as Carignano) is grown between the capital Cagliari and the southwestern Sulcis landscape. This intense, almost opaque red wine sometimes carries notes of blackberry and blueberry, which make it particularly fruity. As a summery red wine, it exudes a fine bouquet. The wine Carignan from the Mediterranean island of Sardinia is very popular, which is also due to the high tannin content and the long, careful vinification. There are plenty of sunny days on the Italian island. The warm to hot summers are a good prerequisite for full-bodied grapes, which are a delicacy as wine. Find out more about Sardinia