Pascale di Cagliari is a red wine grape variety found in central Italy and Sardinia that is used for wine, raisin and rootstock production. Produce deeply collared wine suitable for blending. It’s permitted red Italian grapes variety in several DOC wines including Alghero DOC located in the northwest corner of Sardinia Island. Pascale di Cagliari… Continue reading What is Pascale di Cagliari Wine? Taste it during a wine tour in Cagliari!
When we talk about Malvasia, we think of white Sardinian grapes varieties. White Malvasia wines are, no doubt, much better known. These are made in the Tasca d’Almerita way, gives you a good balance of taste between sweetness and acidity, pleasantly fresh and citrus after taste of long persistence. In Italian pronunciation Malvazia a group… Continue reading What is Malvasia wine? Taste it during a wine tour in Cagliari
A captivating verity of grapes called Muscat, with numerous varieties of varying colors from white to near black planted throughout the world. This captivating verity of grapes is oldest cultivating verities in the world with the range of colors from white (such as Muscat Ottonel), to yellow (Moscato Giallo), to pink (Moscato rosa del Trentino)… Continue reading What is moscato wine? Taste this wine during a wine tour in Cagliari
Discovering sardinian typical wines is a miraculous journey. Once explored, many oenophiles embrace these wines with a loyalty and passion competing that of the Italians themselves. It’s important when approaching Italian wines to recognize that each region has its own unique identity made up of historic, cultural, geographic and comestible factors that greatly influence the… Continue reading What is Greco Nero wine? Taste it during a wine tour in Cagliari!
Crafting fine wine requires relentless commitment. Giro wines are specializing with the refreshing brighten bold red wine with the serious style. It is a red Italian grape variety mostly used in the production of fortified wines and grown in the Sardinia Island. Girò is likely a parent variety of grapes that listed as the same… Continue reading What is Giro wine? Taste this wine during a wine tour in Cagliari!
As of 2000, Barbera was the third most planted red grape variety in Italy. Nowadays it is grown on the Island of Sardinia and often used in blends that produce deep color and high levels of acid. Barbera is believed to have originate in Piemonte the king of wines, north-west Italy and was so widely… Continue reading Barbera Sarda wine – wine tasting tour in Cagliari
Fruit and vegetables, just like people, do not always grow perfectly. They don’t always look beautiful, but certainly, what is important, is what is inside and how it tastes. Similarly, wine is like some color of joy, always smells like fruits and flowers give you pleasant sensations of fullness and perfection. Arvesiniadu is a most… Continue reading Arvesiniadu wine – tasting wine tour in Cagliari
Cannonau wine is a red wine which is made from Cannonau variety of grapes is known as a local name Grenache – which is most widely planted and also one of the most successive wine grapes variety that most likely originate in Spain also grown in Sardinia produce explosive, potent wines. The great majority of… Continue reading What’s Cannonau wine? – Cagliari wine tasting tour
Monica, a red wine grapes variety exclusively found on the west coast of Italy. It grown primarily in Sardinia to produce a notable sweet wine. Sardinia is famous for making simple wines that designed for everyday drinking. Monica an exclusive variety of grapes have been brought to the island by Spanish in the eleventh century… Continue reading Monica wine – wine tasting tour in Cagliari
Province of Nuoro is located in east-central Sardinia. Its border by Provinces of Sassari on its north, Province of Oristano in the west, and the Provinces of Cagliari and Ogliastra to its south. It is the second largest province in Sardinia after Sassari. It is occupied by rich and diverse natural heritage dominates from coast… Continue reading Nuoro Typical Wine – wine tour in Sardinia