The Best Wine Tours Sardinia has to offer!
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Top 3 Wine Tasting Tours
Windering - Wine tasting and light lunch
Wine tourism - Vineyard Walk and 6-Wine Tasting
Max 50 ppl.
Sardinia To Do - Wine Tour Sardinia
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Sardinian wines are absolutely delicious and these are definitely the best wine tastings to be a part of during your visit to the area if you would like to get a taste of them for yourself!
You will be learning all about the wine production process as well as tasting fine wines from some of the best Sardinian wineries. These wine-tasting experiences will open your eyes to the wide world of organic farming practices, native grape varieties, local delicacies, and of course many different types of wine.
These Sardinia wine tours will all include fantastic wine tastings that will impress all kinds of wine lovers so be sure to come and pick your favorite ones to be a part of during your trip and you will certainly have the time of your life.
1. Windering - Sardinian Journey: Wine tasting and light lunch at Tenute Olbios
Come and join this wonderful wine tasting experience where you will be welcomed into a wine cellar where you will be accompanied on the beautiful terrace overlooking the estate and the sea or in the tasting room with an incredible view of the vineyards.
Among a beautiful landscape, you will taste four wines that will be accompanied by a typical Sardinian light lunch and will include samples of typical warm dishes, a selection of cheeses and cured meats, seasonal dried and fresh fruits, geleé Vino al cucchiaio, and even a typical bread from the region.
You will taste local wines such as Lupus in Fabula, Cavè, and Nessuno and by the end of this journey, you will find a new love for the local wines.
2. Wine tourism - Explore Cantina Ligios: Vineyard Walk and 6-Wine Tasting
This wine experience will be a cut above the rest so be sure to come and join it and you won’t be disappointed!
You will start with a walk beside the vineyard and learn about the history of the family starting from the ancestors, the history of this land, and the gorgeous work of the winegrower. After that, you will see the rooms of the winery starting from the winemaking rooms, and learn all about the winemaking techniques.
After the tour, you will be accommodated to the tasting room for the tasting of 6 different wines that will be accompanied by Sardinian food such as meat, cheese, vegetables, bread, and biscuits during the explication of each wine and its history.
3. Sardinia To Do - Wine Tour Sardinia
Come and join this unforgettable excursion to discover the wine and wineries of Cagliari, two important elements of the Sardinian identity since the first centuries of the history of the region.
You will get the chance to live a first-hand experience and be immersed in the vineyards and the wineries of the area. You will learn the peculiarities of the Sardinian wine grapes and the tour will include a visit to a traditional winery. You will be surrounded by sweet hills and rural landscapes, and discover the different production stages, the kinds of grapes that get used, and especially the land and the people who dedicate their time to the grape growing with great passion.
You will end the experience with a wine tasting of 3 excellent wines that will be paired with delicious local food products.
4. Sardinia Dream Tour - Wine tasting
This is a fantastic wine tasting experience that will take place at a family-run winery and it will definitely become one of your favorites for a weekend activity.
You will be able to have a guided tour of the winery before a tasting of 4 great wines of your choice between Cannonau, Monica, Rosè, Vermentino, and Bisai. Pecorino cheese, local sausage, and local bread will also be included during this wine tasting.
This will be a wine tasting that gets paired with a great view over the hilly countryside o be sure to book your spot and you won’t regret it!
5. Perfect Sardinia - Wine Tour in Sardinia
Come and join this wine tour to take part in an interesting visit to an island winery in the Cagliari area and a day filled with amazing wine and of course lovely views.
You will discover the vineyards, the production center and of course the wines from one of the best-known wineries as well as taste excellent wines that will be paired with delightful and delicious local food products!
This wine tasting will allow you to taste amazing Sardinian wines and you are sure to enjoy wine tasting during this winery visit every time that you take part in it.
6. Orosei Adventours - 4×4 experience in Orosei with dinner in the vineyard
Come and join this wine tasting for an unmissable 4×4 experience in Orosei and enjoy enchanting landscapes along with the food and wine culture of central Sardinia.
You will make a stop at the Nuraghe Gulunie of Osalla and then go on to visit a vineyard in the Orosei countryside where you will take part in a wine tasting among the rows of vines in the vineyards. You will also get to enjoy a typical outdoor dinner at sunset among the rows with a good glass of rosé wine and learn about the passion for growing grapes that led to the production of Cannonau di Sardegna.
This is one of those wine tastings that you will remember for many more years so be sure to book your spot for this brilliant experience.
7. Winerist - Cannonau Wine Private Tour: Wine tastings and lunch
Come and join this lovely wine experience for a chance to explore Sardinia and discover its most famous wine, Cannonau, which is a clone of Grenache.
You will be visiting two fantastic wineries for cellar tours and wine tastings and even get the chance to enjoy a rare chance to assist in the preparation and cooking of pane carasau which is better known as the bread of the shepherds. You will also be tasting some lovely pecorino cheese and enjoy a lunch of Sardinian traditional antipasti, a main course and traditional dessert.
You will also visit a nuraghe, or museum of Mediterranean masks, in Mamoiada and finally, you will also discover the beautiful village of Orgosolo which is famous for its mural paintings.
8. Cooking Vacations - Sardinia, Costa Smeralda, Cantina Tour & Wine Tastings
Come and join one of Sardinia’s famous wine-making families near Costa Smeralda for a unique vineyard and cantina tour followed by a wine tasting.
You will begin your day with a visit to the winery in the eastern part of Gallura that overlooks more than 500 hectares of rolling terrain covered by green vineyards. Afterward, it’s time to taste and the tasting will include five wines that will range from white, red, rosé, and passito, and will be paired with traditional Sardinian breads, plump olives from the nearby garden, Grananglona and other artisan cheese, farm-made salami and desserts made by the chef.
During your tour you will be learning all about the vineyard’s varieties that include Vermentino, Cannonau, Carignano, Muristellu, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah which are all grown with the warm sun of Sardinia and cut by hand.
These wine tastings in Sardinia will always be full of amazing wine and traditional dishes and this list of wine tours in Sardinia includes some of the best wineries, from a small winery to a family-owned winery and especially a family-run estate.
For even more wine tastings, be sure to take a look at these wine tours in Alghero and you will surely find wonderful wine tastings, learn all about wine heritage from generations back and taste and learn about local delicacies to pair with your wine tastings.
Disclaimer: Note that the food images displayed on this website are for illustrative purposes only. They are not indicative of the actual dishes or presentations you should expect during the classes. We strive to provide the best culinary experience, but the appearance of dishes may vary. Always refer to class descriptions and details for accurate information on what to expect.
Frequent Asked Questions
Wine tastings and winery visits in Sardinia can be booked during every season throughout the year. Spring and autumn represent valuable alternatives to the colder times as well, as during these seasons people within Sardinia enjoy milder temperatures.
Sella & Mosca is the largest winery on the island with 550 hectares planted and it is almost the oldest. Fun fact, it is the second-largest contiguous vineyard in Italy and they use an all organic cultivation approach and participate in other sustainable activities.
There are many fantastic wine appellations in the Sardinia wine region, such as Alghero, Cagliari, Gallura and Mandrolisai and the Best Wineries in Sardinia welcomes visitors from all around the world to come for a wonderful wine-tasting and tour experience during their visit to the region.
The wines from the Sardinian wine region are generally high in alcohol and lower in acidity which provides you with nice round flavors. The intense scents of dark red berries, plum and tobacco will be reflected in the taste where notes of chocolate and coffee from oak casks will also make their appearance.
Sardinia is home to Cannonau which is the local name for Grenache, as well as Vermentino and Carignano, which is also known as Carignan.
Sardinia is a region that is home to some of Italy’s most unique and delicious wines. Some of the best wines to try in Sardinia that are definitely worth tasting include Cannonau, a red wine grape that is unique to Sardinia and it produces full-bodied, complex wines with high tannins and a rich, spicy flavor profile which will certainly keep you interested.
Sardinia is not only full of amazing wine and beautiful wineries but it also has a lot of fantastic local food for you to try along with locally produced products. Some of these dishes include Su Porcheddu and it is among the most famous meat dishes on the island, and a real countryside tradition, Su Porcheddu is better known as roast suckling pig which is usually cooked on a spit for up to five hours.
Some other dishes also include Culurgiones (the pasta is filled with a combination of potato, pecorino cheese, animal fats, garlic, olive oil and mint leaves and topped with a sweet tomato sauce), Zuppa Gallurese sheep broth and meat are layered amid stale flat bread), Malloreddus (the pasta is made from semolina and saffron and it is shaped in its distinctive style in order to catch sauce and grated cheese within dishes), Pane Carasau (wafer-thin light bread with a poppadum-like texture, and is attributed to an ancient shepherd recipe that gets accompanied by meats and cheese on an antipasto spread), Pecorino Sardo, Seadas (rustic dessert comprising sweet ravioli with fresh cheese, the real sweetness comes from the honey and sugar drizzled over the top of the dessert), Sea urchins, and many more so be sure to give them a try when you visit the area.