Vermentino, Cannonau & Carignano
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean with a unique, contrasting landscape featuring forests, rocky hillsides, sandy beaches and many archaeological wonders going back thousands of years. Winemaking also goes back this long as well, with the Phoenicians being responsible for the first plantings of Cannonau and Carignano.
Vermentino is the main white and grown all over the island, from the sandy soils of the south to the granite of Gallura in the north. The islands two main reds however are generally split Cannonau in the north and Carignano in the south.