Dettori are a biodynamic wine producer from the north of the island of Sardinia in the historical region of Romangia. They have been making wines in line with local traditions for many years.
This wine is predominantly Cannonau (genetically similar to Grenache) with small percentages of other native grapes from the island – Monica and Pascale di Cagliari.
The vines are grown on limestone & marl soils at 300m above sea level. Grapes are de-stemmed but not crushed, then the must macerates on the skins in cement vats without the addition of any sulphur for between 3 to 10 days with wild yeasts. Raised in small cement vats for a period up to two years depending upon vintage. Bottled unfined, unfiltered.
Very low sulphur additions throughout winemaking process.
The nose offers a bright, crunchy red fruit bouquet. Fresh and earthy on the palette with mediterranean herbs and spice. Medium bodied with just a whisper of fine tannins. Its a lighter, approachable style perfect for everyday drinking.
Suitable for vegan, vegetarian wine drinkers.
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