In the beginning this vine was mixed to Cannonau. Yet, it has recently been experienced vinification in purezza (unblended) with excellent results.
Perda Pintà 2014 BIO
Appearance: straw yellow
Aroma: an intense aroma of Mediterranean scrub
Taste: powerful and complex but balanced on the palate, with an enveloping and deep finish
Food Pairing: Cold meat, particularly tasty fishes, aged cheeses.
Bottle size: 0,75 l
Grape Variety: Granazza 100%
Alcohol content: 16%Vol.
Serving temperature: 8 - 10° C
Vintage: 2011, 2013, 2014
Occasion: Dinner, Brunch, After-Dinner, Party
Allergens: contains sulphur dioxide 50 mg/l
It is a particular white wine made with Granazza, the native grape variety of Mamoiada. In the beginning this vine was mixed to Cannonau. Yet, it has recently been experienced vinification in purezza (unblended) with excellent results.
Sedilesu Winery is a family company. It was established by Giuseppe and Grazia, both of them in their seventies, but it is now managed by their children – Antonietta married to Emilio, Francesco to Rosa, Salvatore to Mariella – and their thirteen grandchildren.
The Winery was established about 40 years ago, when the first hectare of the vineyard was bought. For years the product was sold like loose wine in neighbouring small towns. Since 2000, when the management of business was handed over to their children, they tried and bottled Cannonau to see whether its aroma and taste, typical of the local tradition, might have been appreciated by demanding costumers.
Mamoida, a small town with a population of 2600, is located in the heart of Barbagia di Ollolai region. It is 16 km far from the provincial capital Nuoro, near to Gennargentu, Supramonte and the most important resorts. It borders with the territories of Fonni, Gavoi, Ollolai, Sarule, Orani, Nuoro and Orgosolo. Mamoiada is built in a hilly area at an altitude of 736 meter above sea level. It experiences a temperate microclimate with sleet in winter- and springtime, but hot and dry summers. The great temperature variation between day and night that occurs shortly before harvesting improves grape polyphenolic profile.
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