The Wine estate
The Cantina di Mogoro is located in Sardinia, in the province of Oristano, and in an area named Alta Marmilla. Its wines are exported and appreciated worldwide and important international awards prove many years of profitable activity.
The winery is known for the enhancement of the unique Semidano grape, from which two highly appreciated wines are produced: the Puisteris and Anastasia.
The area of Mogoro is renowned for the production of other varietals strongly linked to the territory, as Bovale and Monica, Nuragus, Vermentino, Cannonau, Malvasia and Moscato.
Four hundred and fifty hectares of vineyards are cleverly worked following both tradition and progress, in order to produce excellent wines that, over the years, have become special ambassadors of Sardinia.
|Average productions||800.000 bottles/year – Private labels and special formats|
|Vineyards area||350 hectares in Mogoro municipality and surrounding areas|
|Soil||Hilly land, partially calcareous, loose deep, partly consisting of Quaternary sands.|
|The climate||Sub-arid, mild winters and hot summers, salty mistral wind, rainfall 500 mm/year approximately.|
|Harvesting||By hand, with careful selection of the ripest grapes.|
|Vinification||Fermentation under controlled temperature. Sterile bottling under nitrogen pression.|