Sardinia is not one among the major wine producing regions in Italy, yet the culture of the grapevine and of wine constitute invaluable goods for the island as they are intimately tied up to its heritage and traditions. Part of this context is the production of the Malvasia wine of Bosa, which has long and significantly contributed to the development of the wine sector of the island. A close examination of a specific terroir such as that of the Malvasia of Bosa extends to different fields including the mysterious origins of the wine, the different types of it which can be developed in order to attain the characteristics that reside in one of the terroirs of the production of this Planargia wine. All of these aspects contribute to the patrimony of the territory, and can play a significant role in the economic development of the whole of Planargia, an area that strives to keep pace with the tourist and economic development of north-west Sardinia if compared to the northern territory of Alghero town. The information gathered through the statistic data has, finally, allowed for a reflection on the economic dynamics in relation to the terroir of the Malvasia wine of Bosa.
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|Titolo:||The Malvasia wine of Bosa as an example of Sardinian Terroir, through its history, economy, traditions and exploitation|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2010|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|