The two varieties, Malagousia and Assyrtiko, are planted in the same vineyard, harvested and fermented together. This helps to integrate the fresh typical acidity of the Assyrtiko and the full aroma of the Malagousia resulting in a perfect marriage of aroma and fresh balanced acidity. After the fermentation the wine is kept for four months on the yeast lees.
EYES, NOSE, PALATE
It’s a light fresh summer wine with a bright green to yellow color. In the nose and on the palate one can find citrus fruits accompanied by peach, mango, honey melon and hints of flint stone. They are joined on the palate with quince and a hint of grapefruit. Slight hints of almond blossom and hazelnut emerge during the finish. Its long aftertaste is predominated by citrus fruits, mango and peach.
Salads, Poultry with white sauce, grilled fish
ANALYSIS AND DATA
Varieties: Malagousia and Assyrtiko
Alcohol: 12.7 vol%
Res. Sugar: 1.7 g/l
Total Sulfites: 71 mg/l
Free Sulfites: 17 mg/l
Tit. Acidity: 6.2 g/l
Bottle Sizes: 0.75l; 1.5l; 3l
Enclosure: Glass Vinolok closure; Twin-Top Cork
BEST SERVED AT: 8 – 11°C