Barbara and Giuseppe Pusceddu founded their winery in 2006 in Villasimius, in the province of Cagliari (Sardinia). In the Sardinian dialect, meigamma means "nap after lunch," a phrase to embody their "slow" life philosophy. The couple approaches the production of wine, honey, and olive oil as naturally as possible, without the use of pesticides or herbicides in the fields or chemical treatments in the cellar.
Grapes are hand harvested, fermentations are done without the aid of selected yeasts, and the wines are bottled without fining or filtration. Their methods aim to respect the grapes and territory, resulting in a deep connection between their wine and land. Currently, their vineyard extends 1.1 hectares, just 600 meters from the sea, cultivated with Cannonau, Cabernet, Carignano and Muristellu.