It’s one of the most famous Sardinian vines, although not native, of which we have news since mid-19th century.

Versatile, it easily fits to different climatic conditions across the island, offering different characteristics depending on the area of production. It’s vigorous and if grown on calcareous soils it gives structured wines, with savory and pleasant fruity aromas. If grown on granite soils, it’s characterized by mineral notes and fresh acidity.

It usually resists to the cryptogams, but it’s very sensitive to downy mildew. The bunches are medium-sized, and ripe berries have a yellow-greenish hue. Maturation takes place in the first and second week of September.


Vermentino di Sardegna DOC "Triskeles"