Italy - Sardinia
Web site: http://www.argiolas.it
Just North of Cagliari, in the beautiful southern Sardinian countryside, lies the Argiolas Estate, known for its crisp, refreshing white wines and its complex, exceptional reds.
Argiolas personifies Sardinia, due in part to the familys' devotion to indigenous Sardinian grape varietes such as Cannonau, Bovale Sardo, Carignano.
Their passion is shared by the famous oenologist Professor Giacomo Tachis, the father of prestigious Italian wines such as Sassicaia, Tignanello, Solaia and the jewel in the Argiolas portfolio, Turriga, who has worked closely with the Argiolas family for over a decade now.
Antonio Argiolas established the winery in 1918, committing his family and descendants to the Sardinian soil when he planted his first vineyard in Serdiana.
In turn, his sons Franco and Giuseppe, took up their fathers mantle investing heavily in the vineyards and production facilities.
Today, joined by the Antonio's grandchildren; Valentina, Francesca, Maria Luisa and Antonio, Franco and Giuseppe preside over a 230 hectare estate that covers some of the finest vineyard locations in Sardinia, producing wines that, according to the Wine Advocate are 'essential tasting for anybody interested in learning about Sardinia and its wines'.
Angialis, Isola dei Nuraghi
Antonio 100, Isola dei Nuraghi
Costamolino, Vermentino di Sardegna
Costera, Cannonau di Sardegna
Fil’e Ferru Benalonga 38%
Grappa di Turriga 42%
Grappa Tremontis 42%
Iolao Olio Extera Vergine de Oliva
Is Argiolas, Vermentino di Sardegna
Is Solinas, Isola dei Nuraghi
Iselis Bianco, Isola dei Nuraghi
Iselis Rosso, Isola dei Nuraghi
Isola del Sole Bianco, Isola dei Nuraghi
Isola del Sole Rosso, Isola dei Nuraghi
Korem, Isola dei nuraghi
Limonello Benalonga 28%
Merí, Vermentino di Sardegna
Mirse Tremontis, Amaro di Sardegna 30%
Mirto Benalonga 28%
Perdera, Monica di Sardegna
Serra Lori, Isola dei Nuraghi
S’elegas, Nuragus di Cagliari
Turriga, Isola dei Nuraghi
‘Cerdeña’ Bianco Barrique IGT
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