Vermentino di Gallura.
It is a white wine produced in Sardinia, precisely the whole territory of the municipalities of Aggius, Aglientu, Arzachena, Badesi, Berchidda, Bortigadas, Calangianus, Golfo Aranci.
Loiri Porto San Paolo, Luogosanto, Luras, Monti, Olbia, Oschiri, Palau, S. Antonio di Gallura, S. Teresa di Gallura, Telti, Tempio Pausania.
Trinità d'Agultu, Viddalba, in the province of Sassari, and the whole territory of the municipalities of Budoni and S. Teodoro, in the province of Nuoro.
This territory is located in the extreme north-eastern part of Sardinia, called "Gallura“.
Area located in the north-eastern part of Sardinia and which extends almost entirely in the province of Olbia-Tempio, with a territorial appendage in the province of Sassari.
Vermentino it is produced throughout the Sardinian territory. Depending on the soil on which it grows, its personality and aromatic-structural appearance varies considerably.
On sandy soils it is fruity and saline, on granitic decaying soils, marked in minerality and resistance in aging, on shale or mixed soils the acid and structural caliber varies, always leaving a distinctive sensorial imprint.
Its land of choice is Gallura where Vermentino stands out for its marked organoleptic personality and where it is recognized with the Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin.
It is true that, whatever its structural identity, Sardinian Vermentino is not matched by other Italian and foreign wines, albeit with a similar viticultural base.