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Vermentino di Sardegna Doc

Boese is a Vermentino who draws inspiration from his toponym Vigna Truvaoese. A wine obtained from the grapes harvested in the historic family vineyard that Annalisa Cherchi inherited from her father Giovanni. 

Oxen have characterised rural agricultural activity for centuries. Already in ancient Rome, the soil was measured according to the amount of soil ploughed in a day by a pair of oxen. “Truvare sos boese” means encouraging them to plough.

Hence the name “Vigna Truvaoese”: the vineyard ploughed by oxen.



Classification: Vermentino di Sardegna DOC 


Grapes: Vermentino 100% 


Soil type: Hilly terrain at 180m. good calcareous structure associated with clayey fractions. 


Exposure: South- South East 


Climate: Mediterranean with good temperature ranges. The short distance from the sea favours the presence of breezes that contribute to making the microclimate optimal for the quality of the grapes. 


Training system: The training system is counter- espalier pruning Guyot. 


Resa per ettaro (ha): 70
Resa uva/vino: 45 hl/ha 


Harvest: The grapes are harvested by hand, generally in the first ten days of September. 


Vinification: After careful selection, the grapes are first destemmed then sent to soft pressing. The fermentation of the must takes place in steel tanks at low temperatures, where the wine then continues its aging “on the lees”.


Organoleptic Characteristics

Bright straw yellow with fruity and floral aromas of appreciable cleanliness and simplicity. Notes of acacia, citrus fruits and a slight mineral hint. 

The taste reveals a lively flavour that helps to enhance the citrus freshness. Closes on a slight almond note.