Cannonau di Sardegna shows a lovely expression of wild strawberries, pomegranates, blackberries, with hints of geranium and violet in the background. Smooth, velvety, yet lively attack, with notes of red fruits, red berries, and blackberries, with wonderful smooth tannins in the finish.
Sardegna island lies in the Mediterranean Sea, off the west coast of Italy. The range of grape varieties planted is similar to those one can find in mainland Italy. Ampelographers established that Cannonau (Sardegna's indigenous grape) has the same DNA as Grenache. Here most of the wines are aromatic and sold at a great value.
Moderate Mediterranean climate
The soils is Sardegna are based on Palaeozoic and Mesozoic intrusive igneous rocks, partially metamorphic, and limestone, with Quaternary alluvial deposits. This mountainous and volcanic island offers a huge diversity of microclimates. The best soils here vary from clay-rich to sandy and rich in stones. Soils and microclimate offers interesting aromatic diversity to the local grapes.