Argiolas history is three generations long. It begins back in the early 1900s with Antonio Argiolas, the patriarch, on the hills of Serdiana in southern Sardinia. Today, Argiolas owns vineyards in Trexenta and Sulcis as well. It grows great Sardinian varieties, some of which are famous, such as Cannonau, Vermentino and Carignano, and some less renowned, such as Monica, Bovale, Nasco and Girò. Argiolas seeks out these grape varieties even in ancient vineyards and grows them with particular care, thus creating celebrated wines, such as Turriga and Korem, and others which are now becoming more well known, such as Iselis Rosso and Iselis Bianco.