Appellations of Sardinia

Alghero DOC

The Alghero DOC, around the town of Alghero, grows mainly international varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay but also Vermentino, and rather curiously the little known Torbato.

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Arborea DOC

The swampy marshlands of Arborea which covered the eastern part of the province of Oristano were turned into agricultural farmland in 1928. Today the area is home to white wines often made with a minimum of 85% Trebbiano Toscano or Trebbiano Romagnolo.

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Barbagia IGP

The small Sardinian IGP appellation of Barbagia is rarely used. It covers the mountainous area in the centre of the island. Sedilesu winery has 15 hectares of vineyard here, primarily planted with bush vine Cannonau. The rare white variety of Granazza can also be found.

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Cagliari DOC

Cagliari DOC covers red and white winemaking around Cagliari, the islands of Sardinia’s main city.

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