In the area of Mamoiada, the Sedilesu winery has got fifteen hectares of vineyards which are mainly cultivated with Cannonau vines trained by the alberello (bush vine) technique. Only a small part is cultivated with a white grape variety called “Granazza”. If you want a guide Ecosport Sardinia organize Wine Tour and Food Tour
This really wild area, right in the middle of the island, is called Barbagia
The 5 Best
A full expression of Mamoiada’s Cannonau character: clear notes of spice and ripe fruit, a dense and fresh palate with delicate and sweet tannins and a simply unique depth.
It is a pure, old-style Cannonau: warm, concentrated, alcoholic and marked by a distinctive yet balanced sweetness. It may be paired with mature cheeses and dry pastry.
The aroma is marked by clear notes of spice and graphite. Full-bodied on the palate, it is vibrant and elegant, with succulent tannins. French oak casks (20% new barriques).
4. Ballu Tundu
It has a bold and wrapping bouquet of ripe fruit and spice. The flavor is powerful but without renouncing to excellent balance and very fine-grained tannins.
5. Perda Pintà
Produced with indigenous grape of Granazza Intense notes of Mediterranean macchia combines with a full, complex, yet well-balanced palate. A deep and wrapping finish.
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