Vermentino, its first known mention places it in the town of Montaldeo, in the Alessandria area, as early as 1658; some theories believe that Vermentino was introduced from Spain between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries, other hypotheses see Vermentino coming from Greece, more precisely from Thessaly or in any case from the East. It is a grape that interprets the territory well and that has found a favorable habitat in Sardinia, so much so that today it is the most widespread white variety on the island, with almost four thousand hectares.
“When someone, at home or in a restaurant, is cooking seriously, respecting the raw materials but with a surplus of passion, fresh fish, game, peasant vegetables, it is the right occasion to accompany each bite with a wine that is the child of the same prerogatives, uncorking the Dettori Bianco from Tenute Dettori. ” The Triple A team
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