Sardinian wines murals

Sardinian wines have their roots in ancient history, probably up to the times of the Nuragic peoples. Some archaeological finds, found in the Nuragic sites, show that archaic oenological activities were already present.

White wine or red wine?

Red Wine - Murals

Murals dress in red with Nativo Isola dei Nuraghi, Thousand years Isola dei Nuraghi, Arcanos Cannonau di Sardegna DOC and Ai posteri Isola dei Nuraghi. The creation of Murales red wines, involved a considerable commitment in which the contribution of nature has certainly had the dominant role, but then also the due attention to the various steps that in the cellar have imposed me long waits, long macerations and fermentations , meticulous care and numerous tastings designed to capture the extraordinary evolutions of the wines.

The personalities of the various wines, originating from different vines, if initially retracted, allowed themselves to be captured over time, showing distinctive aromatic imprints and elegant and powerful nuances, masculine but refined.

The more complex red version, Ai Posteri, evolving, has revealed itself, in addition to a complex and velvety structure, also an aromatic extension of unexpected breadth in which, among the innumerable fragrant families, we also inebriate aromatic dominants that rarely they can grasp, at least all at the same time, in a single wine: coffee, tea, chocolate, tobacco, china, etc ...

White Wine - Murals

Murales dresses in white with Lumenera Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, Miradas Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, Sentenzia Isola dei Nuraghi and Tuttiventi Vermentino di Sardegna DOC.

Our white wines are the result of careful reflection born in the vineyard, starting directly from the soil and the surrounding environment. The combination of granite subsoil, rich in potassium and the influence of a temperate-windy climate, favors the creation of products with an intense and peculiar character, capable of originating strong sensory emotions, especially when the wine is given way and time to evolve by expanding thus the complex aromatic range that distinguishes them.

From the spicy notes of Lumenera, to the fruity and floral tones of Miradas and Tuttiventi, to the mineral notes of Sentenzia, the sensory experience is full of unique and highly engaging contents.

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