Founded in 1949 by thirty-five winegrowers, Cantine di Dolianova has grown and prospered over time, reaching goals that were certainly not even remotely imaginable at the time. Today there are more than three hundred members and, very importantly, many of them are now the children or grandchildren of the founding members. In a sort of generational passage, much appreciated in the wine world. Today, the Cellars can therefore count on a heritage of around 1200 hectares of their own vineyards, mostly concentrated in Parteolla, in the south of Sardinia, one of the sunniest parts of the island. Thanks to this heritage, the company's sales force is able to sell more than four million bottles a year. Numbers that, in a viticultural panorama such as that of Sardinia, make Dolianova one of the largest and most virtuous realities in the sector. The winery's production is focused (as it should be) on the island's many indigenous grape varieties. From Cannonau to Monica, Nuragus, Vermentino, Nasco, Barbera Sarda and Moscato.