Sardinian wine

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Sardinian wine is Italian wine produced on the island of Sardinia.[1]

Grape varieties[edit]

DOC/G zones[edit]

  • Alghero, produced in the province of Sassari.
  • Arborea, produced in the province of Oristano.
  • Campidano di Terralba, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Cannonau di Sardegna, produced throughout the island.
  • Carignano del Sulcis, produced in the province of Cagliari.
  • Girò di Cagliari, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Malvasia di Bosa, produced in the province of Nuoro.
  • Malvasia di Cagliari, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Mandrolisai, produced in the provinces of Nuoro and Oristano.
  • Monica di Cagliari, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Monica di Sardegna, produced throughout the island.
  • Moscato di Cagliari, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Moscato di Sardegna, produced throughout the island.
  • Moscato di Sorso Sennori, produced in the province of Sassari.
  • Nasco di Cagliari, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Nuragus di Cagliari, produced in the provinces of Cagliari, Nuoro and Oristano.
  • Sardegna Semidano, produced throughout the island.
  • Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, produced in the provinces of Nuoro and Sassari.
  • Vermentino di Sardegna, produced throughout the island.
  • Vernaccia di Oristano, produced in the province of Oristano.

IGT zones[edit]

  • Barbagia, produced in the province of Nuoro.
  • Colli del Limbara, produced in the provinces of Sassari, Olbia-Tempio and Nuoro.
  • Isola dei Nuraghi. produced throughout the region of Sardegna
  • Marmilla, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Oristano.
  • Nurra, produced in the province of Sassari.
  • Ogliastra, produced in the provinces of Cagliari and Nuoro.
  • Parteolla, produced in the province of Cagliari.
  • Planargia, produced in the provinces of Nuoro and Oristano.
  • Provincia di Nuoro, produced in the province of Nuoro.
  • Romangia, produced in the province of Sassari.
  • Sibiola, produced in the province of Cagliari.
  • Tharros, produced in the province of Oristano.
  • Trexenta, produced in the province of Cagliari.
  • Valle del Tirso, produced in the province of Oristano.
  • Valli di Porto Pino, produced in the province of Cagliari.

References[edit]

  1. ^ T. Stevenson, ed. The Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia (5th Edition) pgs 347-357 Dorling Kindersley (2011) ISBN 9780756686840