About the winery
Only stainless-steel and concrete tanks are used, where spontaneous fermentation takes place with no temperature control and no use of sulfites except, and only if absolutely necessary, at bottling. Only indigenous varietals are grown: Vermentino, Pascale, Moscato di Sennori, Monica, and of course, Cannonau. At the heart of Dettori’s production are three Cannonau crus: Tuderi is a rich, spicy wine from 50-year-old vines; the more complex and elegant Tenores comes from an 80-year-old site, and the Dettori bottling is a rustic wine with a tinge of sweetness, reminiscent of Amarone, made from vines planted on their own roots in 1883. Dettori is so committed to complete transparent authenticity, that Alessandro chooses to “de-classify” his wines from DOC status, in order to give the wine drinker a clearer picture of where his grapes are grown- within the IGT Romangia zone.
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