This wine is entirely produced from the Greek grape variety of Malagousia that was saved from extinction due to the efforts of Vangelis Gerovassiliou.
Further to skin contact to enhance the extraction of aromas, it is partially barrel-fermented and then matures on its lees for a few months, gaining depth in flavour and floral aromas. It has a brilliant straw colour with greenish shades and an aroma of matured fruit such as pear, mango and citrus.
On the palate the rich flavours of lemon peel enhance the appealing mouthfeel, adding a well-balanced finish. Best served at 8-10 °C.
Food pairing: a perfect match for Mediterranean dishes, seafood, poultry, light-sauced pasta dishes and fresh vegetable salads.
- Dry white wine
- Variety: Malagousia
- Origin: Epanomi, North Greece
- Alcohol content 13.0%vol
- Net content 750ml
- Vintage 2013, Regional Trophy, Decanter World Wine Awards, London
- Vintage 2013 , 92 points, Year’s Best, Wine&Spirits Magazine, New York