An Italian meal always starts with an aperitif (like Aperol spritz, Crodino, Campari soda or even birra artigianale). After the aperitif our sommelier Nicolas loves to advise you on the best wines. Nicolas, originally from Sardinia, studied at the Associazione Italiana Sommelier. He continued his study with the WSET certificates, followed by International Food & Beverage Management with a specialization in wine. Nicolas has all the knowledge and work experience to suggest the best wine with every course. Each month he highlights a special wine on this page. Read about it and discover the taste yourself!
Wine of the month
Cannonau di Sardegna Sardo 2013, Tenuta Soletta
From the first moment we see this Cannonau we know how much Umberto Soletta cares about the millennial history of this island: this is a pure Sardinian wine! Sardo is its name, it shows a Nuragic village on its label and it is one of the best representations of what a pure Cannonau is. The most used grape in Sardinia carves its history in centuries of traditions; discovered only recently to be autochthonous. The product in its most pure example, this is Umberto’s philosophy. Fruity, spicy, velvety and persistent; Cannonau what else?