Sardinia, the Italian Mediterranean island with its famous beaches, mountainous interior and pungent pecorino, is also a wine island. In order to make the best possible use of the potential of their vines, several Sardinian winegrowers joined forces in 1960 and founded the Santadi cooperative winery. Today, Cantina Santadi is an impressive operation that passionately manages the balancing act between the island's long agricultural tradition and modern knowledge.
The Santadi winery is a state-of-the-art operation – with a cellar, barrique room and in-house laboratory. Santadi primarily processes the traditional red wine grape Carignano, but the local white wine grapes Vermentino, Nuragus and Nasco are not neglected either. The winery also produces the typical Italian grappa. The work of the Santadi winery is constantly rewarded with various awards.
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