|VINE||Vermentino, a Mediterranean grape variety of probable Spanish origin, known in the South of France as "mal-voisie gros grain", widespread along the coasts of the upper Tyrrhenian Sea but better acclimatised in Sardinia.|
|GRADATION||13,5 % Vol|
|COLOUR||Bright, deep straw yellow with citrine hints.|
|BOUQUET||Delicate, floral, with dominant fruity notes emerging from a complex aromatic fabric.|
|FLAVOUR||Perceptions of warm softness anticipate a strong and complex varietal structure in which the rich Mediterranean flora. A balanced acidity accompanies the different sensations highlighting, in the end, a pleasant freshness.|
|CLASSIFICATION||Vermentino di Gallura Superiore DOCG|
|WINERY||Sella & Mosca|
It is on gentle hills kissed by the sun and caressed by the wind that Sella & Mosca cultivates its Vermentino in Gallura, about 200 metres above sea level. Here, where the temperature range is greater, the grapes can ripen, accumulating the noblest substances and guaranteeing maximum expression of the varietal.
A natural accompaniment to seafood, it does not disdain more intriguing and unusual combinations, supported by its alcoholic "arrogance".