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The art of this land is in its taste.
Sardinia is unique, as are its wines. Both have a robust character which is strengthened by the sun and honesty of this location. 650 hectares of Mediterranean scrub and vineyards: an immense estates, one of the biggest in Europe.
Doc Alghero
Alghero: one of the biggest estates in Europe.
Doc Alghero
The flat region called "Nurra" dominates the north-western side of Sardinia. Here the land, calcareous, clayey, sandy and naturally rich in iron, meets with the breeze from sea instilling unique features in the wine. The 520 hectres of vineyards of the Sella&Mosca Estate benefit from this atmosphere and create wines for our palates to enjoy: the two main Sardinian DOCs, Vermentino di Sardegna and Cannonau di Sardegna as well as the DOC Algehero, area of the majestic Marchese di Villamarina accompanied by Tanca Farrà and the Torbato line, extraordinary example of autochtnonous varietal.
Docg Vermentino di Gallura
Doc Carignano del Sulcis
Docg Vermentino di Gallura
berchiddeddu, gallura: tenacious Vermentino between granite and Mediterranean scrub.
Docg Vermentino di Gallura
The north-western part of the Island is characterized by its granite origin and its lack of clay. The main varietal cultivated in this ares is Vermentino, of Spanish origin, but probably imported from Liguria. The DOCG Vermentino di Gallura, instituted in 1996, is the Denominiation of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin of Sardinia. Our vineyards caress the slopes of Monte Limbara. That marvellous contrast between maritime influence and hilly breeze, only here, allows for well-structured and fine grapes, perfect for our Monteoro 2014, 3 Gambero Rosso Glasses.
Doc Alghero
Doc Carignano del Sulcis
Doc Carignano del Sulcis
giba, sulcis: antique Carignano between sand and sea.
Doc Carignano del Sulcis
In this area of Sardegna, settled between the Iglesiente mountain range and Capo Teulada, the soil is sandy and rich in minerals. It is the home of Carignano, an antique varietal, probably of Phoenician origin, which obtained the designation of origin in 1977.
The six hectares of privately-owned vineyards, upwards-trained vertical-trellised, are in the Giba area, not far from the beach. Because of the particular microclimate, the harvest done earlier compared to the rest of Sardinia, at the beginning of October. This confers a good structure and soft tannins to our Terre Rare wine.
Doc Alghero
Docg Vermentino di Gallura
Vines. Oleanders. Maritime pine trees. And palm trees, eucalyptus trees, all the way down there, to the horizon. 650 hectares of Mediterranean scrub and vineyards, equally respectful of each other's differences and characters.
Sella&Mosca by Terra Moretti Vino
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