Nuragus di Cagliari DOC.
place of origin
The grapes for making Pedraia are carefully selected from the best vineyards of the most ancient Sardinian vine stock, nuragus, grown on the hills of lower Sulcis.
Medium mixture, tending to sandy or clayey.
Hot and dry summers, mild winters.
Nuragus is the last white grape to be harvested, around the first or second ten days on October.
vinication and development
The Nuragus must obtained from soft pressing is fermented in stainless steel tanks under controlled temperature. The wine is then transferred for several months to cement vats, where it completes its development in contact with its lees.
Colour: Brilliant straw yellow tending to golden. Nose: Intense scent of yellow fruit together with buttery notes. Palate: Round and delicate, it has a nice mellow feel in the mouth.
Constant temperature 17 °C, humidity 75-80%, away from light, horizontal bottle.
Medium-small goblet with medium rim, serving temperature 10-12 °C.
Try it with pasta dishes dressed with bottarga (mullet roe) and with soft cheeses.