White Wine DOC
White grape, of uncertain origin, very common in antiquity. The spread of phylloxera in the late 1800, a parasite that destroyed vineyards throughout Europe, led to a reduction in the cultivated area. In fact, at the time of replanting new vines, were preferred varieties with a higher yield and more disease-resistant(p.es.: Nuragus, see post). Currently it is grown only in a small area of Campidano(province of Oristano) in hills of clay and limestone. From the vinification of this wine, you get an elegant wine, with a bright golden straw color, olfactory scents of flowers and fruit (peach and apricot), palatable and soft with pleasant notes of herbs and, again, of fruit. In 1995 it obtained the Denomination of Controlled Origin Sardinia Semidano with subdenomination “Mogoro“.
Recommended with pasta dishes, main courses of fish or white meat, eel, tasty fish soups, pecorino. Serve at a temperature of 8-10 ° C.
DOC Sardegna Semidano - Mogoro
Production Area: All Sardinia
Yield in wine: Max. 70%
Alcoholic content: Min. 11.0°; Mogoro subregion 11.5°
Type: Superior min. 13.0°; Sparkling min. 11.5°; Straw wine min. 15.0°, 2.0° of which to be developed and a wine yield of no more than 50%
vino,olio di oliva,cannonau,vermentino,moscato,malvasia,cagnulari,carignano,nuragus
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