The region around Alghero seems to be the most prolific vine growing region in Sardinia, and here we were introduced to some delicious Sardinian wines. Clark began the tour with a basic introduction to tasting, looking at the way wines present themselves to the eyes, nose and tongue. The exercise was fun, and a good way to think about what we went on to try.
We then set off on a little tour to visit a couple of cantinas in the area. There was a slight hiccup, as one of these was unexpectedly closed, but Clark had another option up his sleeve - Tenute Delogu - which was excellent.
The second stop was Sella Mosca - a huge cantina with a long history.
Although the timings of things got a bit messed up in the middle due to the unforeseen closure, Clark more than made up for this with his enthusiasm and hospitality throughout the tour.
Based on the experience we also signed up for the sea-kayaking run by Clark (which I would also recommend), and he had lots of other good tips for visitors to the island.