The most ancient reports of this vine date from 1780 BC. After unsuccessful attempts to production in other areas of the island, the Semidano was recognized as a variety of unique expression in the Mogoro area, getting the DOC. It's an unproductive vine characterized by small and compact clusters, with medium resistance to cryptogams. It's sometimes confused with Nuragus grape for its similar shapes of vine shoots and leaves. Maturation occurs in the second week of September. In late harvest, the first ten days of October, the Semidano gives white wines of great structure and complexity or fascinating sweet wines.