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Red Grape Vines



Located in the little village of Luogosanto in Sardinia, the estate is immersed in a valley surrounded by granite, protected by
the mighty winds of maestrale and caressed by the sea breeze. The estate stretches for two hundred acres and the grounds
are a mixture of granite, sand and clay. It is loose soil, often arid, ideal for viticulture.

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Their vineyards are situated on calcareous and clay soils, approximately 200 metres above sea level.
The property covers approximately 30 acres, 35% to 60% devoted to Vermentino, Cagnulari and the remainder with
The vines are trained mainly on vertical trellis with a Guyot pruning system.

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The winery is located near the port of Olbia in the northwest of Sardegna, near the chic beach resort area of the
Costa Smeralda. The first vineyards were planted in the 1960’s, 70 hectares of vineyards were then acquired in the 1970’s. In 1989
the current winery opened. Today the family owns about 100 hectares split between three parcels from the heart of the Gallura zone:
Balaiana, Lu Scolombrino and Montelittu.

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