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Argiolas Monica di Sardegna Perdera 2020

Argiolas Monica di Sardegna Perdera

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/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti13.5%

The wine

Monica is one of Sardinia's oldest varieties, growing all over but in small quantities. Argiolas, one of the island's largest wineries not only due to its production volume but also because of its consistent quality, is capable of expertly interpreting this great little grape and demonstrates this admirably with its Perdera wine. Made from Monica (90%) with a small addition of Carignano and Bovale Sardo, Perdera is the fruit of a meticulous modern winery, a delightful wine which is also extremely good value. A perfect introduction to this variety, too often forgotten, yet one which undoubtedly enriches Italy's wine-producing heritage.

A ruby-red colour, on the nose it offers an array of aromas, highlighting its sweet notes of ripe fruits, cherries, strawberries and blueberries, apart from its salty whiffs and, more subtly, a black pepper note. It has a fruity flavour, immediate and smooth; it's medium-bodied and pleasantly fresh on the finish. To sum up: a really good wine, versatile in pairings and with an excellent price-quality ratio.

What does this wine taste like?

Ruby red / Intense
Ripe cherry / Black fruit / Spices / Saline notes
Morbido / Fresh / Media struttura / Easy to drink

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Food pairing

Pasta al pomodoro / Trancio di tonno alla griglia / Rollè di vitello / Formaggio a media stagionatura

Customer reviews

5 reviews

The winery



Argiolas is the most important winery on the island of Sardinia, producing archetypal wines from local grape varieties. Antonio Argiolas, who died in 2009 at the age of 102, inherited seven hectares of vineyards from his father in 1938 and was the first on the island to switch to modern viticulture to achieve quality rather than quantity.  His sons, Franco and Giuseppe, replanted the vineyards in the 1980s in order to reduce yields and focus exclusively on Sardinian grapes....


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