Antonella, a microbiologist and oenologist was born and raised in Atzara and from an early age breathed in the vineyard, wine and lived in close contact with the rustic vines and traditions of Mandrolisai, a precious niche of quality grape varieties.
Antonella's goal is to succeed in creating a project that can transmit and pass on the concept of living the vineyard.
Because the vineyard is everything: home, work and passion. A sustainable, ecological setting in full harmony with the surrounding environment.
The vineyard is the set of authentic and genuine activities that can be experienced firsthand by anyone who wishes to take part in them. The vineyard welcomes, teaches and brings people together.
The only thing that needs to be done is to open its doors and also allow others to discover how to experience it and take care of it.
The project of La Dolce Vigna is to experience the vineyard while also passing through the promotion of its territory.
To create an activity that allows anyone to enjoy an exclusive and original tourist experience focused on the fascinating process of winemaking.
A project that sees the person whether tourist, guest or neighbor at the center of this context as an integral, necessary and constitutive part of the environment.
Currently, La Dolce Vigna produces a red wine with Denominazione di Origine Controllata, Mandrolisai DOC, made from Muristeddu (Bovale Sardo), Cannonau, and Monica grapes, to which are added 10 percent of other auctoctone vines, such as Niedda Manna, Pascale, and Nieddera.