Tenute Mille Mari” winery

The History

Il Nuraghe is located in Sardinia, in the Oristano province, in a region called Alta Marmilla.

Its wines are exported and appreciated globally, and during its many years of activity it has earned quite a few awards. The winery stands out for the development of Semidano, which yields two highly regarded wines, Puistèris and Anastasìa.

The Mogoro area is renowned for the production of other wines that are strictly connected to the territory, such as Bovale and Monica, together with other varieties of the Sardinian tradition such as Nuragus, Vermentino, Cannonau, Malvasia and Moscato.

350 hectares of vineyards are skillfully worked fully respecting local traditions, thus obtaining excellent wines that in time have become ambassadors of Sardinia.

The Winery

The winery was founded back in 1956 by a small group of wine growers, inspired by a deep respect for high-quality farm-based production. It is located in Mogoro, an important Marmilla town, rich in agricultural traditions and known for the outstanding tapestry and carpet weaving and for the artistic wood carving. Il Nuraghe has its roots in a fertile land, especially devoted to the cultivation of the vine, which produces some of the most valuable local varieties, such as Monica, Semidano, Bovale, Nuragus, Malvasia, Moscato, Vermentino and Cannonau.

It’s made up of approximately 300 partners involved in the cultivation of the vineyards in order to produce excellent wines, which are real ambassadors of Sardinia for their background, composition and iconography. The wines stand out for grape excellence, skilful vinification and ageing care, and they are appreciated and enjoyed even by the most demanding consumers worldwide. Awards, accolades and certificates testify an excellent production that the winery aims at consolidating in the coming years.