The white grape variety comes from Italy ( Sardinia ). It is named after the Nuraghe Arrubiu (a large Nuraghe building complex from the 15th century BC) near the municipality of Orolli in the province of Cagliari. Found here amphorae and wine presses point to one ancient wine production out. The parentage of the variety is unknown. You may on the ground morphological or name similarities not with the varieties Nuragus or Nuragus Moscadeddu be confused. The variety is no longer important; in 2010 no inventory was shown (Statistics Kym Anderson ).