The story of Argiolas is the story of a family started in the early 1900s in Serdiana, south of Sardinia.
In this home of farmers, olive groves and vineyards, Antonio Argiolas, patriarch of the family, was the first to plant vine rows, to join vineyards together and seek quality over quantity in winemaking.
Later on, his two sons, Franco and Giuseppe, inherited his passion and kept running the winery and improving the techniques.
Nowadays the third generation runs the company, becoming Sardinia’s leading wine producer, with five Estates located through the south of the island: Sisini, Serdiana, Selegas Sa Tanca, Selegas Bingias Beccias, Porto Pino.
Carbon footprint, integrated farming, renewable energy are the words that describe how Argiolas produces its wines, protecting the biodiversity of the territory.
The family carried out a project for selection and conservation of native Sardinian grape varieties. Starting by mass selection in order to observe, identify and select the plants suitable for winemaking with balanced growth and yield and free from harmful agents such as moulds or viruses. Working on 11 vine varieties (Vermentino, Cannonau, Monica, Bovaleddu, Malvasia, Carignano, Nuragus, Nebbiolo, Moscato, Caricagiola and Nasco).