Su'entu is a family-run winery since the 1950s, on the Italian island of Sardinia. The hot Mediterranean summers are tempered by cooling breezes (Su'entu means 'wind' in the local dialect) that constantly blow in off the sea to retain a freshness in the sustainably farmed Cannonau grapes.
The winery is located a few kilometers from the small town of Sanluri, where agricultural tradition dates back in history. The name of the town itself originates from the words logu de lori, i.e. the land of wheat: a tribute to this area soil fertility which has made it the ideal place for growing all sorts of crops until today.
Enticing floral and red berry aromas are married to soft, ripe tannins. The wine is aged for 12 months in small, old oak casks, helping it to develop a savoury complexity and smooth palate.