"Fermentation in steel vats and then aged in cement. Ruby red colour with purplish nuances. An Intense nose persist with blackberry and raspberry hints. Dry and fresh, pleasantly tannic with a lengthy finish. Pair with cured meats, broths and seafood soups, pan-fried and baked oily fish, stewed chicken and rabbit."
In a recent frenzy of passion for the wines coming out of Sardinia, the cooperative of Dorgali has really blown us away with their ever-so-fresh Vermentino and Cannonaus. With over 600 hectares, they impressively keep everything by hand and super low yields to create concentration alongside freshness in their wines. Nestled between the Supramonte mountains and the Gulf of Orosei on the eastern coast, their unique terroir is a gem reflecting in the quality but hardly in the price of these wines.