Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Peloponnese
Fermented in stainless steel vats. Short skin contact, no malolactic fermentation and short aging over fine lees. Flowery, crisp acidity, intense on aromas and flavors in the nose and mouth. White flowers, soft and fresh, honeysuckle, violets, rose petals, crisp acidity.
Category: Dry white
Classification: Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Peloponnese
Grape Varieties: 100% Moscofilero
Vineyards: Mantinia at a 2,400 ft altitude
Main type of soil: Sandy
Age of vines (average): 31 years
Yields: 55 hl/ha
Harvest dates: End of September
Vinification/Maturation: Skin contact for 4 hours at 12˚C.
Up to 53% free run juice due to colour on skins.
Alcoholic fermantation in stainless steel vats at 16˚C.
Short aging over fine lees.
Alcohol by volume: 12,5 %
Total acidity (tartaric acid): 6.45 g/l
Tasting notes: The color is light white yellow. Opulent aromas –light and fresh– of white flowers and honeysuckle are revealed, rounded out with notes of citrus fruits and lime. Medium- to full-bodied, refreshing and vigorous acidity, with the aromas on the mouth following those of the nose. Elegant, balanced and with a long finish.
Two Stars: Vintage 2006
One Star: Vintage 2011
Prowein Dusseldorf 2010
Seal of Approval: Vintage 2019
AWC Vienna International Wine Challenge 2020
AWC Vienna International Wine Challenge 2018
Awards: Vintage 2018
50 Great Greek Wines
James Suckling ratings 2022