Genna Manna Winery was founded in 2013 in Laconi town located in the center of Sardinia, in the historical subregion of Sarcidano.
La Cantina Genna Manna prende il nome dal portale di ingresso datato 1500 ca, antica testimonianza di una cappella rionale che sorgeva nella Via Maggiore del paese casa di Don Nieddu, ricordato in paese con il nome di "Predi Nieddu".
In the post-World War II period, the building was home to a wood-fired bakery of the Pisu family made famous for its "Coccoeddos de coia" or bread prepared for weddings.
By 1960 it was changed to a steam bakery, in a housing complex where in addition to the Pisu family extended relatives and and co-workers, a grocery store and the sale of building materials also resided.
In 2013 the renovation of the historic building to be used for the current winery.
Preserved as evidence of its history are the historic portal from which the Genna Manna winery takes its name, the oven, and various pieces of furniture.
The Genna Manna winery consists of a multifunctional central hall, used as a tasting room and wine promotion, as well as cultural training for operators and visitors, with a view to a true cultural winery.
Outside the complex is a courtyard with a BBQ, a place used to welcome visitors. They complete, the cooperage for aging wines, the hall with silos for winemaking, the bottling room the hall for grinding grapes finally a large terrace where you can admire the village of Laconi and the Sarcidano.
Genna Manna currently produces two wines, Kentu Isola dei Nuraghi IGT, the winery's first born, a wine that reflects the winery's aspirations whose grapes come from the oldest vineyard in the village of Atzara.
The second is called Genna Manna a DOC Cannonau di Sardegna red wine made from only Cannonau grapes.