DOC area for white wine in the Italian region Sardinia
, The zone covers the entire island, but the wine is mainly produced in the Anglona and Gallura mountains in the north. The subzone Tempio
or Tempio Pausana
comprises the Gallura (granite region in the northeast) with the municipalities of Aggius, Aglientu, Arzachena, Badesi, Berchidda, Bortigiadas, Budoni, Calangianus, Golfo Aranci, Loiri Porto San Paolo, Luogosanto, Luras in particular Monti, Olbia, Oschiri, Palau, Sant'Antonio di Gallura, Santa Teresa Gallura, San Teodoro, Telti, Tempio Pausania and Trinità d'Agultu in the province of Olbia-Tempio, and Viddalba in the province of Sassari.
The wine is made from at least 90% Moscato Bianco ( Muscat Blanc
), as well as up to a maximum of 10% other approved varieties. There are also the types of wine Passito
(from dried Treauben), Da Uva Stramature (from overripe grapes) and one Spumante