Bonnanaro is located on the hills of Mejlogu, a sub-region in the North- West of Sardinia called Logudoro (logu de oro: the golden district), at a height of 500 metres. It enjoys this privileged, geographical position, favouring a micro-climate and the land’s abundance of water, encouraging the cultivation of the vine.
Today, it still remains largely unspoilt, with many of its cobbled streets and alleyways that surround the many 18th and 19thcentury stately buildings that remind us and take us back to a past made of wealthy landowners,a past also made up of hard work and daily toil in the fields. This kind of work and effort have strengthened the personality of entire generations, that have made Bonnanaro, Mejlogu, unique, for its use of methods carried out with dedication for the cultivation of vines and the production of excellent wines.
Cannonau DOC Sardegna 2015
Cannonau DOC Sardegna
In the sandy vineyard of Monte Santo, Cannonau is grown, a black berry vine that is one of the oldest in the world. The soil, thirsty for water, forces the vine to search for resources in “depth concentrating” the extract, aromas and polyphenols, crucial points for a wine of the highest quality.
Vermentino DOC Sardegna 2015
Vermentino DOC Sardegna
The Funtana Janna Vineyard with its sandy soil on a calcareous marl terrain is
the site where Vermentino is produced, a great, white, native grape vine, imported during the long Spanish colonization of Sardinia. The particular soil of Bonnanaro enhances the immense organoleptic potential of our native grape variety to its fullest.