It's a variety of Sardinian tradition, dating back to the Spanish Aragonese domination in Sardinia (circa 1325 b.C.).

It's very popular in the island for its great adaptability to different climatic conditions. With medium-high vigor, it has a rather well developed and winged cluster, with medium-size berries. The skin has a good black-purple color.

The vine is very resistant to powdery mildew and matures between the second and third week of September.


Monica di Sardegna DOC "Hisposa"