Siddùra is an estate near the Costa Smerelda in the Gallura region in the north east of the Italian island of Sardinia (‘Sardegna’). It produces three different Vermentino wines called Spèra, Maìa, and the flagship Bèr.
Owners: Two businessmen, Nathan Gottesdiener (German) and Massimo Ruggero (Gallurese), acquired Siddura in 2008.
Staff: Luca Vitaletti (Agronomist). | Dino Dini (Winemaker).
Winery: Underground cellars.
Tasting room: This is located in a ‘stazzu’, a building in the traditional rural architectural style.
Vintages: 2020 ‘We picked most of our Vermentino in the first two weeks of September,” reports Director Massimo Ruggero. “Then the temperatures dropped, and we had a couple of brief spells of rain, so we waited a few days, then concluded the harvest on 21 September.” The clusters were sound and healthy, with fine acidities, qualities required to produce a Vermentino that will age well. “The crop level was on a par with previous vintages. Our climate is hot and dry, which Vermentino likes, hydration was always sufficient except for the hottest weeks in July and August, which required focused action to ensure proper soil irrigation”. Source: ‘2020 Harvest underway,’ by Antonella Lotti, Thurner PR, Firenze.
Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, Spera
Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, Maia
Vermentino di Gallura DOCG, Beru
Cannonau di Sardegna DOC, Erema:
Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Riserva, Fola:
Bacco | Cagnulàri.
Tiros | A blend of international grapes.
Sweet white white
Nuali | A passito.