Courage and love for grapevine cultivation were common traits to 23 growers in Trexenta who in 1956 founded the Cantina Trexenta. Later on, in the 70’s the winery was already exporting its Nuragus and Monica wines to France and Germany. In the 80’s the winery began to diversify its grape production with Vermentino grape variety, Cannonau and, more recently, Chardonnay, Montepulciano e Carignano. Nowadays, the winery owns 200 hectares of grape vines, handled with a maximum level of professionalism and a consolidated experience, handed on from generation to generation.


Trexenta wines are very popular, not only in Italy but also abroad. The countries in which we currently sell are France, Spain, England, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Lithuania, United States, Japan, Canada and China..

In Japan we are well positioned in large scale retail trade, HoReCa wine bars and high-end market sector especially with our Nuragus, Cannonau and Vermentino.

In Lithuania we are present with all of our products on wine bar specialist. In China we are entering in supermarkets in the north of the country with our red and white table wines.

In the Czech Republic we are engaged in high-end wine bar with our wines of the HoReCa and Special line Cannonau and Vermentino.

In Germany we export Cannonau and Vermentino. We are present on all sales channels (Ho.re.ca, wine bars, specialty shops and department stores).

In Switzerland Vermentino, Cannonau, IGT, Moscato and Grappa are distributed mainly on Ho.re.ca channels and wine bar.

In England our Nuragus, Vermentino, Monica, Cannonau, IGT, Moscato and Grappa found success, mainly sold on Ho.Re.ca, wine shops and specialty stores.

In Belgium the main vehicles for sale Vermentino and Cannonau are represented by Ho.re.ca and Wine bar sector.

In France Vermentino, Monica, Cannonau, Moscato and Grappa are marketed primarily on the Ho.re.ca and wine bar channel.

In the U.S. the top-selling wines are Nuragus, Vermentino, Monica, Cannonau, IGT, Moscato, in the Ho.re.ca, wine bars and specialty shops sectors.