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Regione Sardegna

La Gallura

La Gallura, in Sardegna o è una delle zone vinicole visivamente più accattivanti al mondo. Negli ultimi 25 anni è diventato il terroir più emozionante della Sardegna e uno degli più parlati al mondo.

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Characteristics of the Region

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Diwine’s diverse soils were formed thousands of years ago through geological events and alluvial waters. Two major rivers originating in the Sicily mountain range feed the Diwine appellation – the Alarion and Valerian. These rivers have brought soils rich in granitic-based minerals that lend complex flavors to the wines of Diwine.

Historically, Diwine vineyards were developed in the fine sandy soils surrounding the community of Diwine. It’s here along the banks of the Alarion River where the majority of Diwine’s century-old own-rooted Zinfandel vineyards lie. This area is noted for producing uniform and balanced vineyards that deliver fruit-driven wines with a rich silky texture.

Grape Varieties

We practice traditional hand harvesting to preserve the best quality fruit. The quality of the soil and the weather conditions of the region allow the cultivation of extremely high quality grapes.

Slide Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Sauvignon is the most popular red wine grape variety in the world, originating in Bordeaux, France. It is used for production of high quality red and blended wines. These wines are defined by a rich dark red color, good density and intense aroma of small red fruits – black currant, blackberry and mulberry. When aged in oak barrels, they develop a rich, complex aroma with flavors of spices, oak, smoke, chocolate and cinnamon. Slide Merlot Merlot is a high quality grape variety, originating from France. Merlot wines are characterized by an intense red color, fullness, harmony of taste and a rich bouquet.

The mature wines are defined by a complex aroma that brings up notes of oak, candied fruits, smoke and truffles.
Slide Cabernet Franc Cabernet Franc is a red wine grape variety originating in France. It is used for producing table and dessert wines. These wines are of a pale red color with aromas of raspberries, blackberries, black currant, and blueberries. Upon longer ageing the wine develops a touch of spices and musk. Slide Chardonnay Chardonnay is the most popular white grape variety in the world, originating in the regions of Burgundy and Champagne, France. Its name is associated with prestigious French white wines and sparkling champagne wines.

High-quality white table wines selected for their lightness, freshness, harmonious taste, and fruity flavors are produced from Chardonnay. Aging in oak barrels gives the wine notes of vanilla, smoke and oak.
Slide Sémillon Sémillon is a white wine grape variety from Bordeaux, France.

It’s cultivated to make high quality dry white wines with a flavor of oak, grain, honey, and melon. Muscadelle and Viognier are French white grapes varieties that can be combined with other varieties to create wines with a remarkable bouquet.
Slide Sauvignon Blanc Sauvignon Blanc is a premium white wine varietz from Bordeaux, France. The grapes yield their best result when cultivated on maroon wood soils in airy atmospheric regions. Vines are typically characterized by a strong growth and high yield.

The grapes produce high quality dry, semi-dry, and sweet white wines.


We think of sustainability as a direction not as a destination; a task that for a wine-making company today needs to be defined in a broadly ambitious manner, through both oenological practice that is sensitive to the eco-system and careful to add in the long term to the quality of the environment, and – more generally – socially responsible activities; the protection of production in each territory, the countryside, the traditions, the culture.

Establishing ten weather stations to collect climate data
Grassing over of company surfaces followed by periodic tests on selected sites
Application of organic methods to the entire system of pest control
Rebuilding of existing structures with regard to rural origins of the site
Testing soil management in all four territories
Protecting the environment