Can(n)onau is Sardinian for Grenache, but this is a far cry from the Grenaches of the southern Rhone or the Garnachas of Spain: meatier, smokier, more structured, and far less overtly fruity. Cannonau is the island's most favored grape, and the Lois’ clay and sandy land around the small town of Jerzu is generally regarded as its “grand cru.” Fun fact: “caladu” means sunset in the local dialect.
Meat smoke cherry. Good chilled. #chilledredsummer
Meat smoke cherry. Good chilled. #chilledredsummer9.3