Romangia IGT Bianco
Li Sureddi Bianco 2018,
Antichi Vigneti Manca
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15% Girò (local aromatic grape)
Ready or drink by 2025
Sorso (Sassari), Romangia SARDEGNA
Risotto with prawns
Saffron and asparagus
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Single vineyard wine (the name of the cru is Badde Pira) obtained by a rigorous selection of the best grapes, from plants whose average age is around 50 years. Manual harvesting.
Spontaneous fermentation in open concrete tanks for about 48 hours. Drawing in small steel tanks at temperature controlled until the end of fermentation which lasts for about 20 days. After the malolactic fermentation, 1 year of maturation in concrete tanks with several decanting.
"Li Sureddi" in the Sardinian dialect means "The Sisters". Alessia and Noemi carry on the family project to recover and to preserve the ancient local clones: Cannonau and the aromatic Vermentino of Romangia.
The most important cru is Badde Pira, which is located on the hills overlooking the sea in the Gulf of Asinara and is a predominantly calcareous soil, rich in fossils with a strong presence of marl.
The concept of natural wine goes hand in hand with the principle of freedom: freedom to express the vintages and the terroir without any market pressure. The sisters define themselves as artisans as they do not follow a precise pattern such as organic or biodynamic but they work the land according to their conscience. The grapes are treated only with organic products such as sulfur and copper, to enhance spontaneous fermentation during the vinification phase.
Simply put, this was one of the most interesting Vermentino's we have ever found.