Cannonau Ghirada Fittiloghe 2019,
Vike Vike


100% Cannonau

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Momoiada, Sardinia


Beef meatballs in tomato sauce.
Barbequed meats and grilled pork.
Carbonara pasta and artisanal charcuterie.
Semi aged cheeses

Regional Recipe

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Fallen Superheroes

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Winemaker Notes

The average age of the vineyards is 20 years trained using spurred cordon. The yield per hectare is approximately 60 quintals/ha. Harvest period from mid to late September depending on the vintage. The harvest of the grapes is done exclusively by hand. After soft pressing of the bunches the alcoholic fermentation is triggered only by indigenous yeasts naturally present on the skins. Follows maceration of the must on the skins for 15 days. Maturation for 1 year in 50 hL oak barrels and further bottle aging for at least 4 months. Annual production of approximately 10,500 bottles.

The Story

Simone Sedilesu is a young Sardinian winemaker. After the oenology degree and various work experiences abroad, especially in South Africa, decides to return to Sardinia to found his own winery calling it "VIKE VIKE" (in Sardinian dialect this is a typical exclamation of amazement) which means "look look!". Simone manages 2.5 hectares of vineyards located in the countryside of Mamoiada. The production philosophy is centered on the territory, respecting the environment and traditions. The wine is obtained by manual harvesting of the grapes, spontaneous fermentation and a lot of attention to keep the pure features of the “Cannonau di Mamoiada” allowing to free to express itself and to amaze us at every taste.

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