Italian Indigenous Varieties: Nuragus Bianco from Sardegna

  This week's indigenous variety hails from Sardinia and it's called Nuragus Bianco. It's the most widely grown grape on the island, particularly in the provinces of Caligari and Oristano. It is thought to have come to the island with the Phoenicians. Nuraghi is the name for the stone constructions that one sees on the... Continue Reading →

Wine of the Week: Turriga – Isola dei Nuraghi IGT 2014

I went for a brief time to the Winebow tasting yesterday. I cherry-picked what I wanted to try. One of the wines I couldn't pass up was Turriga- Isola dei Nuraghi IGT 2014 from the Argiolas family. I wasn't disappointed. Rich and profound with a long lingering finish, I loved the berry, earthy notes of... Continue Reading →

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