Sardinia is a region of Italy that produces high quality wines. Sardinian wines are known for their complexity and particular personality, the result of the island's unique climatic conditions and the presence of native grape varieties.
Some of the most common grape varieties in Sardinia include:
- Cannonau: is a red grape variety that is widespread in Sardinia and used to produce wines with great structure and personality.
- Vermentino: is a white grape variety widely grown in Sardinia, used to produce fresh, fragrant wines with notes of citrus and flowers.
- Monica: is a red grape variety used to produce wines of good structure and complexity, with hints of berries and spices.
- Bovale: is a red grape variety used to produce wines with great structure and body, with hints of berries and spices.
- Nuragus: is a white grape variety used to produce light, fresh wines with notes of citrus and flowers.
In addition to these varieties, other grapes are also grown in Sardinia, such as Moscato, Semidano, Vernaccia, Carignano and Torbato.