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Vines Vermentino ( %)

Color: Straw yellow.

Smell: Rich and complex wine, it gives sensations of white flowers and exotic fruits, white almond and anise.

Taste: A voluminous but at the same time graceful mouth, with a crispy, savory and marine, sunny finish, with a relaxing, sparkling and overwhelming finish.

Food matches: Excellent with seafood dishes and fresh cheeses.

Ambat was born in Alghero on a limestone-clay terroir that enhances the savory and fruity expressions of the most representative white grape variety of Sardinia, the Vermentino. The grapes are grown in vineyards 28 and 30 of Tenella Sella & Mosca, the most exposed to the north-west quadrants from where the breezes or the most overwhelming gust of mistral wind carry the salt from the nearby sea on the grapes

Sella e Mosca

Sella & Mosca is an explosion of nature. Born in Alghero, an enchanted corner of Sardinia, at the hands of the two enterprising Piedmontese who give her name: the engineer Sella and the lawyer Mosca. It was 1899 and that undertaking still sounds pioneering, unique and exemplary. Imposing works were needed to transform those vast and uncultivated holdings into a nursery business first and then to a wine-growing enterprise: thousands of boulders were removed and the wild scrub tamed to make room for the vineyards. Finally, the construction of an avant-garde cellar. A cyclopean work, remembered by different sandstone stones that give uniqueness to the landscape. Still today the innovative spirit and the tension to best express the characters of the Sardinian terroir characterize this enterprise, which with great consistency continues the work of its founders. Sella & Mosca is the maximum possible expression of a sunny, strong land, capable of forging wines of character, current but respectful of their history. AN EXPLOSION OF NATURE. A STORY THAT BECOMES WINE Sardinia, starting from Alghero Kissed by the sun and embraced by the winds, Sardinia has always been a land suited to viticulture. Sella & Mosca is a kaleidoscope of perfumes, colors and flavors swinging between past and future. On the island, Sella & Mossa has selected some of the most prestigious areas. I Piani, north of Alghero, represents the most consistent part. This property extends for 650 hectares, in a sunny plain and caressed by the mistral wind, immersed in an incredible botanical park surrounded by over 520 hectares of vineyards. A place that cannot be confused with anyone else, underpinned by oleanders, maritime pines, palms and eucalyptus trees. To these lands are added the small plots of Gallura, in the north-eastern part of the island (15 hectares) and Giba, in the Sulcis, on the south-western coast, between Capo Teulada and the Iglesiente mountain range (6 hectares). The terroir is different for each site and characterized by unique environmental elements: a soil rich in mineral moods and stingy with water, where the air is clear and the climate as hot as windy. Despite their geological unity, the estates present a great variety of soils: clayey, sandy, limestone, volcanic. In each microarea, the various vines give different answers, allowing an exceptional plurality of characteristics. Mediterranean character In Sella & Mosca wines it is easy to find the natural characters of the context in which they are born: the sun, the wind, the sea, the generous and strong soils, the maquis and its thousand scents. Regardless of the varieties and territorial folds, their Mediterranean character clearly emerges, as well as the ability to maintain the virtues of tradition through new ideas. Energy and elegance, strength and finesse, warmth and freshness. Each wine seeks the virtuous balance between the exuberance that the fruits of nature bring as a dowry and the know-how of those who model them. An inseparable union, the only one capable of forging an absolute dimension that respects space and goes beyond time.

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