Cannonau, elsewhere called Grenache or Garnacha, is an indigenous varietal, possibly the most ancient grape in the Mediterranean. Journey to the scenic eastern province of Nuoro where the finest Cannonaus are produced, the signature red wine of Sardinia. Visit two wineries noted for their excellent Cannonaus to gain an appreciation for this fine wine and enjoy tastings. Watch the preparation of Carasau, a typical Sardinian bread, and enjoy it with pecorino cheese, made from the milk of happy Nuoro sheep. Visit the village of Orgosolo, 13 km south of Nuoro. Since 1969, Orgosolo has been the unlikely site of avant-garde political street art, depicting Sardinian and international topics.