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Sardinian wine is a real treat! Spanish, Byzantine and Moorish influences over the last 3,000 years have given the wines on this sun-drenched Mediterranean island their unique character. Taste the best of the island on one of these 3 wine routes. Visit vineyards that produce red, white and dessert wines in 3 beautiful regions, including tips for tastings, dining recommendations and where to spend the night.
You don’t find Sardinian wine in our liquor stores or supermarkets because the production is quite small and prices are relatively high. Yet the island boasts numerous vineyards that grow almost every variety imaginable. Most winegrowers run an artisan operation and only produce a few thousand bottles a year. These often don’t even reach the mainland, as the Sardinians keep these wines for themselves. So the best way to enjoy a good glass of Sardinian wine is to visit the island.