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With 1,200 hectares of our own vineyards, Cantine di Dolianova is by far the largest winery in Sardinia. Thanks to the grapes grown by over 300 associates, Cantine di Dolianova produces excellent wines that have received over 100 awards in the last 10 years. When speaking about our wines, we like to say that “each bottle is a tribute to Sardinia”. In fact, we devote all our passion to the typical grape varieties of our island (especially Cannonau, Monica, Nuragus, Vermentino, Nasco, Barbera Sarda e Moscato). Our vineyards are mainly concentrated in Parteolla, in southern Sardinia. No other winery on the island has such a sizeable
expanse of vineyards. This important strength ensures our winery is better able to guarantee the quality of our wines. Cantine di Dolianova was not founded on the intuition of a single entrepreneur but on the union of 35 growers who joined forces to realise a common dream. Nowadays, the Cantine boasts over 300 associates; many of whom are the children and grandchildren of the founding members who carry on their fathers’ dreams with their commitment. Cantine di Dolianova wines have long crossed the Tyrrhenian Sea to reach not only the rest of Italy but also various markets throughout 5 continents.
As well as in European countries, we are also present in America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. Gambero Rosso awarded our 2014 Terresicci 3 glasses in 2020 but this is only the latest in a series of awards won by the great wines from Cantine di Dolianova. From the very beginning of our company’s foundation, the quality of our wines has been regularly awarded at an international level, as demonstrated by the hundreds of awards won over our many years in business. Over the past 10 years, our wines have been honoured more than 100 times, while the grand total is over 500 times since 1949.
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