Land of wind, struggles and wine, this one, situated in the southern part of the great plain of Sardinia, the Campidano.
Immersed in the blinding bright light of the islands, where the wind can banish even your thoughts, since the beginning here we grow grapes and they become wine.
Ancient land, full of so many memories that even the mistral is not able to take them away, nor the heat that comes from the south can clear them or men forget them all.
This land that now lives a new story, in which wine is always the protagonist, but it’s a story that has yet to be written, beautiful to tell and even more to live.
A story that looks ahead and speaks of future and innovation. A story that started a long time ago and long wants to last.
The area where today Serdiana is located has been inhabited since the Neolithic period. Over the centuries it has witnessed the passage of the Nuragic civilization to first the Punic and then the Roman.
After the Vandal and Byzantine domination, Serdiana was part of the judged of Cagliari, in the Middle Age. The construction of the church of Santa Maria di Sibiola dates back to 1125.
In 1257 Serdiana passed to the Giudicato of Arborea and then to the Republic of Pisa in 1297; then it became Aragonese in 1323 and spanish until 1720.
The urban layout of the village still reflects the original housing cluster of the center. The historical center of Serdiana still maintains, in fact, a layout clearly of arabic-spanish origins.
Serdiana is located few kilometers from Su Stani Saliu, home to a rich fauna, including the famous pink flamingos, now settled in Cagliari, and a large population of black-winged stilt.
Serdiana has always been a thriving agricultural center. Currently it is famous for its grape production.