VRM Vermentino di Sardegna


The Vermentino di Sardegna VRM from the Quartomoro winery is a fresh, fragrant white wine produced in Alto Campidano, a wine-growing area in the Oristanese region of central-western Sardinia. It is made from pure Vermentino grapes from vines over 40 years old, grown using the Guyot method.

The wine has an intense straw yellow colour with slight greenish veins. The nose reveals hints of fresh yellow fruit, including peach, notes of white flowers, spices and Mediterranean herbs, with a balsamic background that adds freshness.

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  • Type: White Wine
  • Grape: Vermentino 100%
  • Alcohol: 13,00%
  • Vintage: 2019
  • Region: Sardinia
  • Bottle size: 750 ml
  • Serving temperature: 8°/10° C
  • Matching: Perfect with vegetable risottos, fish first courses or white meat main courses.

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The Quartomoro winery was founded in Arborea, in the province of Oristano, as a laboratory of ideas and experiences on Sardinian viticulture and oenology. Oenologist and winemaker Piero Cella founded it in 2011 to produce wines that were an expression of the Sardinian territory. Quartomoro's vineyards extend over a total of 25 hectares and are located in different areas of Sardinia: in Marrubiu, on land rich in obsidian, Vermentino is cultivated; in Terralba, on sandy soils, we find Bovale vines; in the sands of Sulcis, in Calasetta, there is a vineyard still planted with Carignano; in Dorgali, the granite hosts the Cannonau vineyard, while Muristeddu is cultivated in Mandrolisai. In both the vineyard and the cellar, intervention is kept to a minimum to respect natural processes as much as possible. Through continuous research and experimentation, Quartomoro succeeds in producing elegant and unique wines that testify to the wealth of biodiversity and tell the story of Sardinian terroir.