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Pala – i Fiori Nuragus

Italy
Sardinia
Wine
White

The Facts

Origins Italy > Sardinia

Appellation Sardegna

Varietal Nuragus

Cepage 100% Nuragus

Winemaking After soft pressing of the grapes, fermentation takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks.

Aging The wine rests in vats a few months

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The Character

Tasting Notes Pale yellow in color with green highlights. Good fruit intensity on the nose with notes of citrus and cut grass. Dry and fresh, with balanced acidity and good length on the finish. Ideal with fresh fish, flavorful shellfish dishes and nicely seasoned vegetables

Overall Intense & persistent

Mouthfeel Fresh & intriguing

Aromas Slightly fruity aroma, good intensity and persistence. Fresh vegetable notes.

Pairings Fresh fish, flavorful shellfish, seasoned veggies

Awards 90 James Suckling (2018)

Sustainability Certified Organic t, Certified Sustainable t, Vegan t

The Story

You say nuragus to a member of the Pala family and they’ll recall father, children, grand parents, grand grand parents … in short Nuragus is the DNA of the house. Nuragus is also the most ancient grape of Sardinia, such as ancient and productive and also abandoned in the last years. We believe is part of our history and still has much, much to tell.

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About Pala

Brand Story

The Pala family began their adventure with wine in 1950 amongst the rolling, vine-covered hills of Serdiana, an idyllic village located in southern Sardinia. With mild winters and warm, dry summers, this part of Italy's second largest island is ideal for grape growing, with the traditional varietals finding a special home here. Under the guidance of Mario Pala as of 1995, the winery continues to be family-owned. The value of tradition and the innovation of modern techniques are both incorporated into the winemaking process at Pala. Pala owns six different vineyard areas with a total of 68 hectares currently under vine. Each vineyard is planted with varietals that are chosen according to the microclimate and soil type of the individual site. Pala practices organic farming in the vineyards


Brand Story

The Pala family began their adventure with wine in 1950 amongst the rolling, vine-covered hills of Serdiana, an idyllic village located in southern Sardinia. With mild winters and warm, dry summers, this part of Italy's second largest island is ideal for grape growing, with the traditional varietals finding a special home here. Under the guidance of Mario Pala as of 1995, the winery continues to be family-owned. The value of tradition and the innovation of modern techniques are both incorporated into the winemaking process at Pala. Pala owns six different vineyard areas with a total of 68 hectares currently under vine. Each vineyard is planted with varietals that are chosen according to the microclimate and soil type of the individual site. Pala practices organic farming in the vineyards

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