Sardinia
Destination
2 hours
Duration
Ita-Eng
Language
1+
People

Among our Cannonau rows

Our experience is itinerant: we will start our visit from the place where everything grows, the vineyard!

A walk among the rows of old cannonau and granatza vines. 85 years of history, inclement weather, heat and rain, wind and snow.

From there, we will dominate the hill and enjoy a fantastic view before visiting our wine cellar. Always with the winemakers, you will satisfy your curiosity with a glass of wine in your hand, paired with local specialities.

You will choose among our three wines: a white wine from Granatza grapes, a rosé and a red wine from Cannonau grapes, all certified organic.


The Food Expert: I have always been making wine. I inherited this passion from my father, who has taught me the best techniques to grow Cannonau since I was a child. Cannonau is the most important vine of my home village: Mamoiada, in the heart of Barbagia.

Our land is known in Italy as a naturally suited environment for the growing of this vine. It is, in fact, at an average height of 650 metres above sea level, with a sandy, slightly acidic soil, so as to allow the easy passage of water avoiding stagnation.

Where Mamoiada, Nuoro – 70 min from Olbia and Oristano
When Everyday – duration 2 hours
Start time Flexible start time by agreement with the Expert
Some tips We suggest that you wear comfortable clothing for ourdoor activities
What’s included
Walk among the rows Visit to the wine cellar
Wine tasting with local specialities
What’s not included
Transport

Price per person: € 15,00

Cancellation policy: all bookings can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.

What to remember: the Expert will respond within 24 hours. No amount will be charged to the card.

I have always been making wine. I inherited this passion from my father, who has taught me the best techniques to grow Cannonau since I was a child. Cannonau is the most important vine of my home village: Mamoiada, in the heart of Barbagia.

Our land is known in Italy as a naturally suited environment for the growing of this vine. It is, in fact, at an average height of 650 metres above sea level, with a sandy, slightly acidic soil, so as to allow the easy passage of water avoiding stagnation.

Passion is often contagious: in 2015 my son, who inherited my love for wine, decides to enrol at the Faculty of oenology, involving the whole family in this project.

Our vineyards are aged between 60 and 80 years, our work in the vineyard and in the wine cellar is mainly manual from pruning to ploughing, which is sometimes facilitated by the passage of oxen, to harvesting.

We produce three wines: a white wine from Granatza grapes, a rosé and a red wine from Cannonau grapes, all certified organic.

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