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In 2008, Gianfranco made Tankadeddu (two vineyard names put together) 50% canonnau, 25% monica and 25% carignano di sulcis and Vignevecchie, a wine from 50% cannonau and 50% other local grapes (his oldest vines) - muristellu, nieddu mannu, cagnulari, tintillu, et. al.
Pane e vino in Italian means bread and wine. Gianfranco Manca was raised a baker. At an early age he took over his uncle"s bakery and baked the classic Sardinian breads that he learned to make from his mother and aunts. Their bread is still prized in his town and the bakery was a success. With the bakery there also came some plots of land with some very old vines that had somehow...Read More About Panevino
Fairly removed from Italy, both geographically and culturally, Sardinia has more grazing animals than vineyards. An agricultural community, the small island is secluded. With high influences from Spain as much as Italy, the grapes of the region hail from both countries.
The most popular and most planted variety is Cannonau (otherwise known as...Read More About Sardinia
Mourvedre(moor-VEHD(r)) A native of Spain, where it's called Monastrell, Mourvedre is best known for its blending role in the Southern Rhone. Strong and rustic, Mourvedre is the cowboy style blender in the Rhone mix. It's also the M of GSM (or SGM) blends in Australia, and it's used as the primary grape in wines from Jumilla and other Southeast areas of Spain. Notable Facts The...Read More About Mourvedre
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