Explore the Best Wineries in Sardinia

Browse through the best selection of outstanding wineries

Producing wines on a century-old vineyard, with 50 years old plants.

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Via Vittorio Emanuele Ii, 64, Mamoiada, Sardegna, 8024, Italy

Accommodate in a wine resort of the winery, equipped with furnished rooms.

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Tenuta Soletta Di Soletta Umberto, Regione Signor Anna, Florinas, SS, Italy

Producing about 40,000 wine bottles, classified into five types of wines

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Loc. Li Parisi, Badesi, 7030, Italy

Production of long ageing wines, made with old traditional methods

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Via Mare, 29, Badesi, 7030, Italy

Take a Tour of the Santadi's Cellar, Extended Over 18,900 Square Meters

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Via Giacomo Tachis, 14, Santadi, 9010, Sud Sardegna, Italy

One of the first wineries in Sardinia, established in 1924

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Via Giulio Cesare N.2, Monserrato, Cagliari, 9046, Italy

The vineyard in Villasimius offers stunning views of nature and unique organic wines

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Via Umberto I, 18, Villasimius, 9049, Italy

A modern winery in Sardinia producing the best regional Vermentino white wines

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Loc. San Michele, Berchidda, Ss, 7022, Italy

Discover a Family-run Winery that Produces Handcrafted Wines

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Fradiles Viniviticola, SP61, 08030 Atzara, NU, Italy

Wines produced in the Italian corner of paradise

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Azienda Agricola Chiaroscuro - Cantina Mulleri, località Modolo, 09040 Serdiana, Sud Sardegna, Italy

A historic winery making distinct regional wines in the beautiful Gallura

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Tenuta Muscazega Località Muscazega Snc, Luras, 7025, Italy

Natural winery in Sardinia producing authentic Cru wines

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Località Badde Nigolosu, Sennori, Sassari, 7036, Italy

Read More about Wineries in Sardinia

Everything you need to know about wineries in Sardinia.

The best time to visit the wineries in Sardinia is from April to June. It is this time of the year that you will be able to see the vine rows blooming in the vineyards around wineries in Sardinia. In summer, Sardinia is very hot and since it’s one of the most popular and luxurious beach destinations in Italy, it gets very crowded. That’s why spring is more suitable if you want to go around wineries in Sardinia but also go for a hike or for an MBT adventure. 

 

Wineries in Sardinia are mostly family-run and located in historical buildings that often respect the local architecture and tradition. Some of these historical buildings have been renovated in order to create a very welcoming environment for guests. There also are young wineries, such as Vigneti Zanatta that was established in 2003.

A lot of wineries in Sardinia are organic producers and mostly cultivate autochthonous grapes in unique and fertile terroir. Every winery in Sardinia offers an incredible panorama that perfectly blends with the wines.

Your visit to wineries in Sardinia will always be very smooth and pleasant thanks to the many facilities that are offered.

The most important grape variety grown by wineries in Sardinia is Cannonau (Grenache) and accounts for around 30 % of the grapes grown on the island.
Popular grape varieties grown here are:
– Grenache (red)
– Vermentino (white)
– Carignan (red)

Wines of Sardinia are well-known for their distinct character, which is quite rare to find outside the region. The island provides different varieties of wine from fruity reds to crisp white wines.  The Sardinian ‘golden’ trio is made up of Cannonau, Vermentino, and Carignano. 

Here are some useful language tips that might help you during your visit in wineries in Sardinia:

  • Wine = Vino
  • Winery = Cantina
  • Vineyard = Vigneto
  • Vine = Vigna
  • Red Wine = Vino Rosso
  • White Wine = Vino Bianco
  • Prosecco is always Prosecco!
  • Wine Route = Strada del Vino
  • Wine Tasting = Degustazioni di Vino
  • Cheers! = Cin Cin! or Salute!

Sardinia has its own dialect, which is actually defined as Lingua Sarda and not as a simple dialect. For several linguistic, phonetic and etymological reasons, the Lingua Sarda is considered to be autonomous compared to the dialects spoke on the Italian peninsula.

Are you interested in reading more about Sardinia wine region? Read our travel guide to Sardinia wine region, or visit our selection of the very best guide of Wine Tastings & Tours in Sardinia that you can book during your stay.