UVA = grape in Italian and here it also stands for the United Vineyards of Angiona. Angiona is a Sardinian word for a widespread agricultural region. Bringing together three vineyards to represent the region. This year's blend is predominantly cannonau (aka grenache) with cagnulari, plus splashes of the 28 other Sardinian varieties Panevino grow. Like a confederation of grapes, vinified separately and unified by intuition its complexity shines. Imagine a eating a traditional Christmas cake livened up with puckeringly sour red cherries, rosemary and myrtle; all while sitting at the top of a mountain. No need to leave the country, U.V.A gives a slice of Sardinia to you.