Wine certainly represents one of the most well-known and appreciated food products of Sardinia, where the winemaking tradition has ancient origins and still today represents the main cultivation of the island. Thanks to its exposure to the sun, the wind and to its salty taste and the particular composition of the soil, the cultivation of many autochthon vines has been developed, that brought about red and white wines of great quality.
Among the white wines in the Gallura, the production that stands out the most is the one of the Vermentino of Gallura, DOCG wine that goes excellently with the great seafood cuisine, while as for the red wines, typical for the Sardinian territory are the Cannonau and the Carignano, that produce wines of great strength and often of high alcoholic content.
For enology enthusiasts and for all lovers of good wine, there are many wine cellars in the Gallura that can be visited and that offer tastings and direct sale of their products. In the vicinity of the Costa Corallina there are for example the wine cellars of Surrau (35 km), Masone Mannu (25 km), the wine cellar of the Vermentino Monti (35 km) and Unmaredivino (45 km). Packages with tours and tastings including transfer service are available on request at the Reception or by e-mail