Near Dolianova, in the Cagliari hinterland, there is an air of suspension, almost sacred, typical of the bleak Sardinian interior, where the confusion of the sea seems very far away. In the shadow of the Cathedral of San Pantaleo, one of the most evocative examples of Sardinian Romanesque, works the Pala family with a firm and practical outlook. A modern and dynamic winery, but without frills and well rooted in tradition, Pala is a reality centred on environmental sustainability. The range is wide and rigorous, with all the native vines at the forefront. However, the whites stand out, and among these is the Vermentino I Fiori, the most famous wine of the family: typically Sardinian, therefore minerally, marine and sapid, it is a Vermentino thatenvelops and fascinates, inviting you to discover an island wine world, but without borders.