Isle of the Centenarians
A wine tour of Sardinia takes the visitor into a sensational journey of pleasures that transcends the visitation of historical production places and wineries. It is a journey that involves all the senses: perfumes, flavors and colors of Sardinia beckon as one leaves the larger cities behind. The full range of sensations have a deeper impact upon the first-time visitor, or on the visitor who returns after a long absence. The wine routes of the island lead to fantastic landscapes where viticulture has been in existence since pre-Roman times, a tradition that began with the people of the nuraghi and continues into the third millennium.

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From the Romans to the late Sardinina-Piedmontese kingdom, through the Tuscan and Genovese fiefdoms, the Benedictine or Camaldolean monks and the Spaniards, all contributed to expand and introduce new techniques. The panorama is never monotonous or repetitive and at times displays or hides the remote, unique and complex origins of this Mediterranean island. This is the most ancient land of Italy.
It is well-known that soil composition and climate play an important role in grape growing and wine production. Such a favorable combination of such elements contributed to making the Vermentino di Gallura one of the only four Italian DOCG white wines. The Vermentino, with its delicate aromas of fruit and hint of almonds in the finish, is a wine to be drunk young. In addition to being the perfect complement to all kinds of seafood recipes, from shrimp salads to elaborate seafood platters with vegetables and smoked cernia or swordfish, this wine is delicious as an exciting aperitif for all occasions.
The Vermentino di Gallura DOCG finesse comes from the combination of ongoing quality control, the richness of the granite decomposition of soil and the microclimate where the original grapes are grown. 

The young winery MESA has operated in agricultural wine production over six years but was officially  established in 2004. The first line of wines was released in the spring of 2006. It is located on the Southwestern tip of the Sardinian island, Sulcis.
Their philosophy is simple: “Every glass of wine tells the story of this island and the people who love it:
the smell of the sea, the freshness of the breeze and the heat of the sun that ripens each grape.” This is also represented in the chosen name “Mesa” which in both Sardinian and Spanish translates to table or dinner table, summing up the soul of the winery: Nourishment and meals amongst friends.
The minimalist appearance of the Mesa winery is strikingly simple and well designed, with no need for pumps the whole vinification process utilises gravity with the grapes being de-stemmed and pressed on the top level, which allows the must to flow down into fermentation vats and eventually travelling down into french barriques or steel tanks located in the underground cellar beneath the winery.


The name Olbios is derived from the name of the ancient port “Olbia” in the north-west of Sardinia. This port, for many centuries, enjoyed a notable importance in both politics and trade.
Olbios, in ancient latin and greek, means a happy, prosperous and rich land: A name that is suitable for Tenute Olbios, with thanks to the generous soil and a caring passion for the wine and land that the founding family has carried for generations.
By combining the best of modern winemaking methodologies in the cellar and traditional philisophies that teach for very limited use of treatment in the vineyard, Tenute Olbios, ensures the best results in the ultimate product and a true representation of their land through the wine.

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A passion for viticulture ancient and deeply rooted. A living link with the land that has now become even stronger with the establishment of a winery which takes its name from the lush valley of Arzachena: Surrau. 
This is how the enthusiasm of a family, the winery Surrau, a young daughter of a territory by the great tradition of winemaking, nestled in the middle of the vineyard as a backdrop to the road that leads from the Costa Smeralda Arzachena.
The tourist vocation of the territory is now married to the ancient vocation of a land that has always nourished the screw to generate a full-bodied wine. Presently, the large red and white wines from this land are born from native grape varieties and cultivation of major international character.

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