Since the death of the founder Antonio in 2009, Franco and Giuseppe Argiolas have been managing the winery which is highly dedicated to Sardinia's indigenous grape varieties: primarily white Vermentino grapes and the red Carignano, Cannonau and Monica varieties which are used to produce a wide range of wines.
The production at probably Sardinia's most famous wineries now covers over 240 hectares and large areas of the island: Tenuta di Serdiana covers around 20 hectares in the Sibiola area in the municipality of Serdiana where mainly traditional grape varieties are cultivated. 45 hectares are managed in the Parteolla area with a range of varieties. Tenuta di Vigne Vecchie, with its 60 hectares near Selegas, is the heart of the production for Argiolas' most important white wines. Just like Tenuta di Sisini – 60 hectares near Siurgus – where Vermentino also dominates. Tenuta Sa Tanca covers around 80 hectares in the zone of Selegas and Guamaggiore. And then there is Tenuta di Porto Pino: in the gulf of Palmas, 15 hectares are used to grow mainly Carignano, probably the finest grape variety on the island. Overall, Franco and Giuseppe focus strongly on expressing the different vineyards. The complexity of the Carignano grape can be found in Is Solinas, the fruitiness and richness of Cannonau grapes in Turriga and the freshness and mineral flavours of the Vermentino variety in Costamolino.