Sardinia is a region that has some of the oldest winemaking traditions in our country. The Sardinian wine richness is certainly linked to the numerous invasions that have affected it over the centuries. From the Phoenicians to the Romans, from the Corsicans to the Spaniards, the island's wine heritage has known different influences and cultivation techniques that have determined its uniqueness and the enological characteristics it enjoys.
Among the most famous whites of the island, Vermentino di Gallura undoubtedly stands out. The origins of this wine are very ancient and date back to the Spanish contamination. Vermentino is a full-bodied wine, with a persistent fragrance and good alcohol content. It has a bitter aftertaste despite its delicate flavor that goes well with cheeses (including Sardinian Pecorino), seafood appetizers and fish-based first courses.
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