Sardinia, Italy


Perdera Monica di Sardegna 2016

This is a new and interesting wine to me. Perdera translates to, “place of many stones”. The wine is composed of 90% Monica, 5% Carignano, 5% Bovale Sardo. Monica is an exclusively local grape of Sardinia. The wine is medium bodied. Notes of cherries and plums, followed by mild notes of peppercorn, anise and herbs. Fresh acidity along with mild tannin. Very enjoyable! — 15 days ago

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I Fiori Vermentino di Sardegna 2018

New England Public Media (WGBY Public Television & NEPR Public Radio), Wine Lovers Dinner w/ Guest Host Amy Traverso; 7 March 2020 at MGM Springfield; Springfield, MA — 23 days ago

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Pariglia Vermentino di Sardegna 2018

Delectable Wine

Clean, piercing lemony and mineral aroma and flavors show above average depth and complexity in this tasty Vermentino from Contini. Long and refined through to the finish, the 2018 strikes me as the best Pariglia in many years. $13.00 (Ian D'Agata, Vinous, March 2020) — a month ago

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Giuseppe Sedilesu

Mamuthone Cannonau di Sardegna 2016

2016 vintage. Medium body, purplish color. Very fresh nose, some spice notes. Good structure, ripe young fruits some sweet -not jammy, tannins a little harsh, can use bottle age. — 3 days ago


Panevino Pikade Sardegna Carignan Monica 2011

Jeremy Shanker

Proof that VA can be delicious — 12 days ago

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Agricola Punica

Barrua Isola dei Nuraghi Carignane 2013

Cohesive and full bodied featuring notes of dark cherry — 10 days ago


Praja Monica

Chalky, mineral smell, cherry, thyme smell, acidic grippy, light cherry smell, wet and smooth with great finishing acid — 22 days ago

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Antonella Corda

Cannonau di Sardegna 2016

“... its bright acid lending it a crisp and refreshing finish after a pallet-coding glide across the pallet.“ It’s alcohol is well integrated…” “ this wine shows the side of the Grenache (a.k.a. Cannonau) grape that is not seen often enough-the finessed and fragrant side.“ - Ian Cauble, Master Sommelier — 10 days ago

Giovanni Montisci

Barrosu Cannonau di Sardegna

A real surprise. Nice apricot and melon but good structure. Hint astringent. Love it. — 3 days ago

Attilio Contini

"Flor" Vernaccia di Oristano

Something like a mild amontillado with a decent bit of fruit left, which gives the impression - illusion? - of the alight was sweetness — 2 days ago