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saturday 20 october

Italian wines in the world: Dal Maso's Montemitorio Colli Berici DOC Tai Rosso 2016

We have tasted for you Dal Maso's Montemitorio Colli Berici DOC Tai Rosso 2016


Italian wines in the world: Dal Maso's Montemitorio Colli Berici DOC Tai Rosso 2016
Montemitorio Colli Berici DOC Tai Rosso 2016

Color: red
Year of production: 2016
Price: -
Annual production: 20,000 bottles
Denomination: DOC Colli Berici
Aging: 2 months in steel and concrete tanks, aging in bottle for 3 months
Grapes: 100% Tai Rosso

Tai rosso, still one of the less known and valued Italian red wines, finds its best interpretation in Dal Maso production. The company managed to find the best way to interpret this grape because of two main reasons, linked together: the first is that Dal Maso is a company which has made investments for four generations in the qualification of its wines. The second is connected to the fortune of having vineyards in one of the most suitable area in Veneto, the Colli Berici.
We strongly suggest to all wine lovers to visit Colli Berici, in Vicenza Province, not just because their natural attitude for quality wine production, but even because they offer a rural landscape among the most prisitine in our Country. Not to mention the presence of a large number of amazing villas of the great architect Palladio.
Dal Maso interprets Tai Rosso both in its simplest and most drinkable version and -the one we are describing here- in its most elegant and complex soul, that of Montemitorio. A Tai Rosso that, in our opinion, shows the high quality that this wine can reach. It has convinced us right from the colour, an intense ruby red, almost impenetrable, in line with the aromas that come to the nose with a clear prevalence of dark berries, blackberries and blueberries, but also more spicy sensations of cloves and pink pepper.
It is silky in the mouth, the body is strong, but always balanced and with that pleasant tannicity which is typical of this grape variety. This wine is able to be always fresh and extraordinary drinkable.
Since the perfect time, we paired it with tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms: the best choice ever!

Company Profile

Dal Maso's history goes through four generations and arrives until nowadays, with Nicola, Silvia and Anna that manage the company with passion and effort. The heart of Dal Maso is the circular-structured wine cellar, sourrounded by the three wine's production zones: Colli Berici, Gambellara DOC and Lessini Doc areas, located on the border between Vicenza's and Verona's provinces. This ones have always been excellent locations for the production of great wines, thanks to an optimal solar exposure, a unique microclimate and a characteristic geological composition of the soil. One of the purposes of Dal Maso is value local wine varieties, as Tai Rosso, Garganega and Durella, always keeping an eye on the future and, meanwhile, mantaining a solid linkage with the tradition.

www.dalmasovini.com
Italian wines in the world: Dal Maso's Montemitorio Colli Berici DOC Tai Rosso 2016


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saturday 29 september

Italian wines in the world: Tenuta Montemagno's Mysterium Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2015

We have tasted for you Tenuta Montemagno's Mysterium Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2015


Italian wines in the world: Tenuta Montemagno's Mysterium Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2015
Mysterium Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2015


Color: red
Year of production: 2015
Price: 11.90 euros
Annual production: 20,000 bottles
Denomination: DOCG
Aging: 12 months
Grapes: 100% Barbera
Tenuta Montemagno, the winery owned by the Barea family, which has had many intuitions and also a lot of courage, has many merits and values. They had the intuition not only to make wine, but also to create a splendid wine relais in a suggestive 16th century farmhouse in the heart of Monferrato. And from the oenological point of view the courage to invest also in those Piedmontese vines, considered, wrongly, minor, such as Barbera, Grignolino and Ruché.
It’s a winery with a strong personality like their Mysterium Barbera d'Asti, Superiore DOCG 2015, which we particularly appreciated for numerous reasons.
First of all because it does not want to be a "modern" red wine but it wants to reflect in an authentic way the main characteristics of this historic grape, which has fruitiness but also dryness and a certain austerity. The second reason is that there is a refinement in wood (1/3 barrique, 1/3 tonneaux and 1/3 large casks) that allows you to smooth the power of Barbera increasing its finesse and elegance giving correct balance to tannins.
Already to the color of striking with that intense red, purple, with purple reflections. The nose smells of sour cherry, almost in jam well balanced by spicy notes of black pepper, vanilla, but also evident balsamic scents, all within an elegantly woody texture. In the mouth the sensations are warm, wide, well balanced with a pleasant silky sensation, excellent persistence. We have paired it with a platter of cheeses and cured meats of the best Italian tradition, from the classic Parmigiano Reggiano to an exclusive Bitto della Valtellina, and also a splendid Coppa Piacentina and an exquisite Soppressa Vicentina. The result? Perfection.




Company Profile
Tenuta Montemagno arises on Monferrato hills, a Piedmont area highly suitable for vines. The vineyards facing south-west, the microclimate enjoyed by this area with its clayey calcareous soil, the process carried out entirely by hand and the technology used in production processes, contribute to the production of important wines, representing, at the same time, the Italian, the Piedmont and Monferrato excellences in the world. The estate is surrounded by 100 hectars, 20 of which dedicated to vine cultivation. Here grow the most famous Piedmont cru: Barbera d’Asti, produced by 50 yeas-old vines; Grignolino d’Asti, a red wine with a dry and tannic finish; Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato, one of the most ancient Piedmont vines, that grows in the estate area only; Malvasia di Casorzo, born by south south-west red grapes. Every Tenuta Montemagno bottle is created joining together the peculiarity of Monferrato ground, the brilliant intuitions of Tiziano Barea and the expertise of oenologist Gianfranco Cordero.


Italian wines in the world: Tenuta Montemagno's Mysterium Barbera d’Asti Superiore DOCG 2015


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sunday 23 september

Italian wines in the world: Azienda Agricola Coali's Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2012 "I Coali"

We tasted for you Azienda Agricola Coali's Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2012 "I Coali"


Italian wines in the world: Azienda Agricola Coali's Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2012
Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2012 "I Coali"

Colour: Red
Year of production: 2012
Annual production: 1900 bottles
Denomination: DOCG
Aging: 5 years in 20 hl barrels
Grapes: 60% corvina 10% corvinone 20% Rondinella 10% other typical grapes


The typically female idea of this “pink” Amarone (the winery Coali is managed by women for four-fifths), doesn’t want to impress showing the muscles, but wants to seduce playing with perfumes and elegance. According to us, the challenge can be met by this 2012 that, with its 16,5 degrees, five months of withering and five years of refinement in wood, shows an explosive fruit tone, a fineness to the nose and in the mouth that is very impressive. This "I Coali" is a complex one, it has a red intense ruby colour and the perfumes of mature fruit that veer on the spices and the chocolate in mouth, but without stunning the palate. To the tasting it is long and intense and the tannin doesn't cover, but it dries in a pleasant way. It is an Amarone that allows itself to drink inviting to take a second sip. The possible pairings are classical, from the game to the red meat, or even sea pairings, particularly with the shellfishes, but also not disdaining oven cookings on important sizes. 



Company profile
Our estate “Coali” is located in a small village in the hills of “San Giorgio Ingannapoltron”, in the area knows as “Valpolicella”, in Verona province, north-east Italy. The art of viticulture is a richness that the Savoia family passed on for three generations, farming the family owned property: 30 acres of which 15 are dedicated to vineyards. We are a very small winery and we produce only 22.000 bottles in a year. Our family follow personally each phase during the production and sale of the wine. . All the grapes come exclusively from our own vineyards with rigorous manual selection of clusters. In all phases we pay particular attention to enhance the typical characteristics of the grapes from our land: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara are grown and harvested with the greatest possible respect for the environment. 

Italian wines in the world: Azienda Agricola Coali's Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG 2012


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saturday 04 august

Italian wines in the world: Ricossa's Barolo Riserva DOCG 2009

We tasted for you Ricossa's Barolo Riserva DOCG 2009


Italian wines in the world: Ricossa's Barolo Riserva DOCG 2009
Ricossa Barolo Riserva DOCG 2009

Color: red
Year of production: 2009
Price: 45 euro
Annual production: 10.000 bottles
Denomination: DOCG
Aging: wooden barrels
Grapes: 100% Nebbiolo


We are happy to review Ricossa's Barolo Riserva DOCG 2009, not only because we loved it, as we will explain later, but also because it is part of Mondodelvino SpA, one of the most interesting and dynamic wine groups in the Italian wine industry. Now we’ll focus on a Barolo that really convinced us because it combines two characteristics only possible in great wines: an extraordinary elegance linked to an equally unique drinkability. It is a "Riserva" (five years aging to boast of this prestigious name) whose grapes are grown and harvested throughout the heart of the Langhe, in the area of Barolo. Only in this geographic area Nebbiolo grape has been able to express its most authentic and elegant identity. The Ricossa Barolo Riserva 2009 immediately declared itself to the nose with its clear hints of ripe red fruit (cherry in spirit), as well as elegant spicy notes of cloves, ending with a pleasant aroma of licorice. This is not to exclude peculiar notes of caramelized and pink pepper. In the mouth you can find a nice balance between alcohol and tannins, thanks to excellent winemaking and time spent in wooden barrels. The result is a mix of silkiness and fragrance, ideal for a wide range of combinations. We created a Veneto-Piedmont marriage: with a pairing of the exquisite Veronese boiled meat cart with the pearà sauce and a great Ricossa Barolo Riserva. A perfect choice.


Company Profile 


Mondodelvino SpA was founded in 2013 in Forlì as the holding company for a group of dedicated wineries, but its story began in 1991 with the birth of the group's first winery: MGM Mondo del Vino, founded by the pioneering vision of Alfeo Martini, together with partners Roger Gabb and Christoph Mack.
June 28, 2017 marked an important milestone for the history of Mondodelvino in the passing from one generation, led by Alfeo, to the new executive team.
The new governance comprises of:
- SUPERVISORY BOARD: Alfeo Martini, Giorgio Rubini, Christoph Mack, and Roger Gabb.
- MANAGEMENT BOARD: Marco Martini, CEO; board members Davide Zondini, CFO; Scipione Giuliani and Gaetane Carron, chief wine makers and regional operation mangers; Luigi Bersano, sales director; and Enrico Gobino, marketing director.

Mondodelvino SpA is the umbrella company for these wineries: MGM Srl in Priocca, Piemonte; Barone Montalto SpA in Sicily, Poderi dal Nespoli Srl in Romagna, and Cuvage Srl in Acqui Terme of Piemonte.




Italian wines in the world: Ricossa's Barolo Riserva DOCG 2009

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saturday 28 july

Italian wines in the world: Dal Maso's Riva del Molino, Gambellara DOC 2016

We have tasted for you Dal Maso 's Riva del Molino, Gambellara DOC 2016


Italian wines in the world: Dal Maso's Riva del Molino, Gambellara DOC 2016
Riva del Molino, Gambellara DOC 2016 


Colour: White
Year of production: 2016
Annual production: 6600 bottles
Denomination: DOC Gambellara
Aging: 6 months in oak barrels 15 hl. and cement, aging in bottle for 3 months
Grapes: 100% Garganega



Incomprehensibly some Italian wine areas have not managed to conquer over time the fame and prestige they deserve. Among these there are certainly the hills of ​​Gambellara and the nearby Colli Berici, in our opinion, two of the most suitable Italian territories for the production of quality wines on the border between Verona and Vicenza. Territories where there are both ideal microclimatic conditions and soils, able to give wines with a strong identity value. 
In these two areas the Dal Maso winery, among the most interesting, courageous and dynamic interpreters of this land, has been present for four generations.
In fact Nicola Dal Maso is one of the best interpreters of this land today and has tried, in particular, to enhance two unique native vines such as Garganega and Tai Rosso.

After having recently tasted their "historic" Garganega Ca 'Fischele (one of the best for us of this type), we were lucky enough to taste also their Garganega aged for six months in oak barrels of 15 hl and we had an important confirmation: the extraordinary ductility of this extraordinary white grape capable of giving wines of great immediacy and drinkability and, at the same time, wines that are much more complex, elegant and structured.
Riva del Molino 2016 is one of the most intriguing Garganega we've ever tasted. It has a very wide range of aromas, among which the citrus scents, with the freshness of the mandarin orange peel, and the hottest notes of the ripest yellow fruit (fishing in particular) appeared immediately to the nose. Also known floral notes of elderberry and orange flower but also the typical sensations of honey of Garganega when it is slightly overripe. In the mouth we feel the most important structure dictated by aging in wood but this does not deprive the wine of a beautiful freshness and fragrance that guarantee an excellent drinkability. We paired it with some extraordinary squid in the "plank" (grilled) and we made ourself a nice present.



Company Profile


Dal Maso's history goes through four generations and arrives until nowadays, with Nicola, Silvia and Anna that manage the company with passion and effort. The heart of Dal Maso is the circular-structured wine cellar, sourrounded by the three wine's production zones: Colli Berici, Gambellara DOC and Lessini Doc areas, located on the border between Vicenza's and Verona's provinces. This ones have always been excellent locations for the
production of great wines, thanks to an optimal solar exposure, a unique microclimate and a characteristic geological composition of the soil. One of the purposes of Dal Maso is value local wine varieties, as Tai Rosso, Garganega and Durella, always keeping an eye on the future and, meanwhile, mantaining a solid linkage with the tradition.
Italian wines in the world: Dal Maso's Riva del Molino, Gambellara DOC 2016


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saturday 14 july

Italian wines in the world: Siddùra's Maìa Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Superiore 2016

We have tasted for you Siddùra's Maìa Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Superiore 2016


Italian wines in the world: Siddùra's Maìa Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Superiore 2016

Maìa Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Superiore 2016



Color: straw yellow
Year of production: 2016
Price: 20.50€
Annual production: less than 20,000 bottles
Denomination: Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Superiore
Aging: After destemming, the grapes are cooled and left to macerate in a stainless steel tank for 2-3 days at a temperature of 2 °C before being pressed. Fermented at 15-16 ° for 20 days, maturation “sur lies”.
Grapes: 100% Vermentino

This year, Siddùra turns ten, was founded, in fact, in 2008, thanks to those brave challenges of entrepreneurs who are passionate about a land, the Gallura, and then try to build something important on it. This is the story of Nathan Gottesdiener, a German entrepreneur in the fashion industry who literally struck by a property in the heart of Gallura, and Massimo Ruggiero, an Italian entrepreneur, thanks to an extraordinary team quickly builded one of the most interesting wineries in Sardinia.An example of the winemaking excellence achieved by Siddura can be found in its Maìa 2016, a Vermentino di Gallura DOCG that really convinced us and that for some years it has found its own important space in the panorama of this denomination.
He convinced us already in the nose with clean notes of apricot and peach, but also hints of citrus and orange blossom. In the mouth an evident, pleasant sapidity that guarantees an optimal freshness. A long persistence also guaranteed by the typical almond aftertaste.
A Vermentino that in our opinion can amaze even in a few years and it is part of that small but interesting array of white wines with considerable potential on the front of longevity.

Company profile
Siddùra was created following a discovery made by two entrepreneurs who found and fell in love with an abandoned but charming property in the heart of the Gallura region. The vineyard, located in the centre of the estate, has been built completely underground in order to take advantage of the natural insulation provided by the soil. The company’s objective is to produce wines which are identifiable with their terroir of origin.

www.siddura.com

Italian wines in the world: Siddùra's Maìa Vermentino di Gallura DOCG Superiore 2016

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saturday 07 july

Italian wines in the world: Mater Matuta Lazio Rosso IGT 2015 of Casale del Giglio

We have tasted for you the Mater Matuta Lazio Rosso IGT 2015 of Casale del Giglio


Italian wines in the world: Mater Matuta Lazio Rosso IGT 2015 of Casale del Giglio

Mater Matuta Lazio Rosso IGT

Color: dark ruby
Year of production: 2015
Price: 35.70
Annual production: 28,000 bottles
Denomination: IGT
Aging: in new barrels for 22/24 months. Following is a further refinement of
10/12 months in bottle.
Grapes: Syrah (85%) and Petit Verdot (15%)

We are in front of the symbolic wine of the company, not only because it is a bottle with extraordinary characteristics, but as a synthesis of the philosophy of this winery, which has made research and experimentation in a qualitative key its flag. Mater Matuta, in fact, is a skilful intersection of the two vines that have given the most convincing answers in this area of ​​the Agro Pontino, south of Rome, the Syrah present at 85% and the Petit Verdot at 15%. The harvest is late, pushing itself to a slight withering for Syrah and in the vinification phase follows two different ways: complexity and character, with sweet tannins and intense aromas of marasca and spices for Syrah. The Petit Verdot instead contributing with an important extraction of tannins and polyphenols, gives the wine a complex body and a structure capable of enhancing itself in the long aging. Two years of separate rest in new barriques and a final aging of another year in the bottle.
Its color is a dark ruby ​​red, impenetrable, the nose shows balsamic hints, which turn to coffee and come to remember the ripe marasca. The ending is really intriguing with spicy notes of coriander, nutmeg and cinnamon. In the mouth it is full and enveloping and the return of tannins is balanced, not at all aggressive, with a fruity and persistent finish that gives a note of freshness. The ideal match is not by chance that of the 100% Bufala milk provola, aged by the company for four months in its fresh Syrah pomace.

Company Profile

Casale del Giglio was founded in 1967 by Dr. Berardino Santarelli, from Amatrice, and is located in Agro Pontino in Le Ferriere, Municipality of Aprilia, in the province of Latina, about 50 km south of Rome.
This territory, represented, in comparison to other areas of Lazio and other regions of Italy, an environment to be explored from the point of view of wine.
For this reason, in 1985, the "Casale del Giglio" research and development project was launched, authorized by the Lazio Region Department of Agriculture. Today, Casale del Giglio has reconverted to spin all its 180 hectares of vineyards and to introduce new varieties characterized by a high degree of qualitative interaction with the territory. The current production of Casale del Giglio offers a range of 20 products (white, rosé and red, one Late Harvest, three grappa and one extra virgin olive oil).


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friday 29 june

Italian wines in the world: Cantina Santa Maria La Palma's Aragosta Brut Rosè 2017

We have tasted for you the Aragosta Brut Rosè 2017 of Cantina Santa Maria La Palma


Italian wines in the world: Cantina Santa Maria La Palma's Aragosta Brut Rosè 2017
Aragosta Brut Rosè 2017

Colour: Rosè
Year of production: 2017
Price: 6.20 euros
Annual production: 20.000 bottles
Denomination: generic, Vino Spumante Brut
Aging: the wine is autoclaved for 2 months, with refermentation in the autoclave. It is refined on the lees for three months and then bottled.
Grapes: red grapes from Alghero area.

There is the whole story of Santa Maria La Palma winery in this intriguing bubble wine with pleasant floral notes, with a really interesting bread crust ending, unusual for a charmat. Aragosta Brut, in fact, comes from the oldest vineyards of the estate and merges in itself the path of qualitative growth of this viticultural reality of Sardinia, where the ancient wisdom of the fathers, combined with the knowledge of the new generations are able to enhance an important wine like the Vermentino Aragosta, delicately scented, soft, with a dry, slightly bitter taste. The bubble is delicate and persistent, the scent is persistent, with floral notes and hints of white peach, good drinkability, the structure surprises and justifies the 13 degrees of alcohol. In the mouth it is fresh, with a good sapidity and a great sparkling persistence. Thanks to its organoleptic characteristics, it can be suggested as an excellent aperitif, combined with light first courses, with not invasive sauces and with second courses based on fish, especially shellfish, with which it combines perfectly, enhancing the sweetness of the sea. As a serving temperature the eight degrees should not be exceeded during the meal, better six in case of an aperitif.


Company Profile

It all began in 1946, in the Nurra area, which had been reclaimed and given to the farmworkers following the Agrarian Reform that was implemented in Sardinia in the immediate post-war period. The locals were blessed with skilled, courageous hands that had the capacity to capture the soul of a part of the island that seems to have been designed for winemaking. And so, in 1959, one hundred of them decided to enter into a co-operative and to found the Cantina Santa Maria la Palma (Santa Maria la Palma Winery).
Today, past and future are being combined seamlessly through the new technologies deployed in every project put together by the Winery, which can leverage a tradition that has always married innovation to love for the local soil.
700 hectares of land on the estate are under vine, giving rise to a wealth of highly nuanced Sardinian wines, all made with the same passion and dedication as always, while also taking advantage of everything that state-of-the-art technology has to offer.
Italian wines in the world: Cantina Santa Maria La Palma's Aragosta Brut Rosè 2017


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saturday 02 june

Italian wines in the world: Friulano Myò Vigneti di Spessa DOC

We have tasted for you the Friulano Myò Vigneti di Spessa DOC dell'Azienda Zorzettig


Italian wines in the world: Friulano Myò Vigneti di Spessa DOC
FRIULANO MYÒ VIGNETI DI SPESSA DOC

Wine: White
Year of production: 2016
Price: 11,50 (excluding VAT)
Annual Production: 4.000 bottles
Denomination: DOC Friuli Colli Orientali
Aging: After the racking at the end of fermentation, the wine obtained remained on the noble lees until May 2017
Grapes: 100% Tocai Friulano

Friulano, a name and a destiny, one would say for this white of the Zorzettig winery that prepares and carefully selects the grapes in the vineyard, valorized and interpreted with the utmost care in the cellar to preserve all the passion and the link to the territory. Link that emerges clearly from this white 100% Friulian Tocai, from old vines, with selection and harvest by hand in boxes. In the visual analysis, the color is a straw yellow, brilliant and compact. At the nose the wine is long and enveloping, persistent even after a second round of glass, with citrus returns and country flower sensations and a final cleaning that wins. In the mouth, it is soft, with a balanced structure and interesting mineral notes. Its aroma does not hide in the finish a typical almond return. Its style makes it an ideal choice for an aperitif, perfect in combination with a herbs omelette or San Daniele ham or a smoked queen trout carpaccio. Basil and rosemary notes, hold by a perfect acidity, make it a wine that goes well with a sushi selection, a delicate tempura or a lasagna of asparagus and Montasio cheese. 


ZORZETTIG
ZORZETTIG winery lies on the hills of Spessa, a few kilometers from Cividale, UNESCO heritage town in the heart of the Eastern Hills of Friuli.
A history of over one hundred years, seventy years of experience in bottling and thirty years of continual improvement and innovation. In the last ten years Zorzettig has embraced a holistic view of quality, in full respect of the environment and love for nature. 



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saturday 26 may

Italian wines in the world: Nudo 2017 Cannonau DOC Rosato

We have tasted for you Siddùra's Nudo 2017 Cannonau DOC Rosato


Italian wines in the world: Nudo 2017 Cannonau DOC Rosato
NUDO CANNONAU DOC ROSATO 2017


Colour: rosé
Year of production: 2017
Price: 6,95 euro + iva
Annual production: 4.800 bottles
Denomination: Cannonau doc Rosato
Aging: 3 months in steel
Grapes: 100% cannonau




Nudo is nurtured by a passionate research to show off its bright pink garment that contributes to affirming a young, modern and fresh image of Cannonau, the historical native vine of the island.
The visual encounter with Nudo marks the beginning of an emotional journey in which the bottle, bright and elegant, seems hiding to leave the scene to the precious rosy nectar with persuasive chromatic notes.
Difficult to resist: approaching the nose and the aromatic profile of Nudo turns into pure emotion while chasing memories of sapid sea breezes, rose petals, passion fruits and wild strawberries.
While sipping it, the colors and aromas of the territory and the vine become liquid, pulpy and velvety. The balance reigns supreme: no indulgence to melliflue sweetness, fresh flashes of Mediterranean scrub and impeccable sapid perspectives outline a wine that is the true expression of a hard and pure territory but tender and welcoming with those who can interpret it with love.



Company Profile 

Siddùra was created following a discovery made by two entrepreneurs who found and fell in love with an abandoned but charming property in the heart of the Gallura region. The vineyard, located in the centre of the estate, has been built completely underground in order to take advantage of the natural insulation provided by the soil. The company’s objective is to produce wines which are identifiable with their terroir of origin. 


SIDDÙRA

Siddùra Snc, Luogosanto, OT
www.siddura.com


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