Mamoiada is a small Sardinian village situated in the heart of the Barbagia, most of all known for the traditional Mamuthones masks, which represent a significant cultural heritage. The tradition of the masquerades, which has been preserved over thousands of years, is rooted in the sacred rituals of the ancient local population of Mamoiada and is still performed today.
|Grapes||100% Cannonau from Mamoida|
|Colour||Dark ruby red, very compact.|
|Bouquet||In the nose it expresses all the Mediterranean densities of a large Cannonau with notes of ripe fruit, plum and cherry, and slightly spiced myrtle, vanilla, white pepper.|
|Palate||In the mouth is welcoming, generous and long-lasting. A tannic texture of great softness delineates the traces up to a close on the fruit, with great persistence.|