Vibrant yellow green, tropical fruits and quince on the nose, which follow through pleasantly onto the palate, excellent balance, crisp with a fairly long finish.
The appellation of origin Malvasia is referred to the Byzantine city of Monemvasia whose name was also given by the Franks to its wine. The vineyards were located at Dorieon Chora the region of the countryside of Epidavros Limiras which was a favourable environment for the vineyard cultivation. The mild coastal climate in combination with the terrain made up the exceptional features which gave a unique quality to the wines of Malvasia. This is where Malvasia was made prior to the 13th century when the local traders loaded it onto the ships from the port of Monemvasia. In the Byzantine era, the economy of fortified cities such as Monemvasia was based on trade. After the 14th century, these cities gained significant privileges and traded freely in all major trading centres.
Inoculated by selected strains of dry active yeast. Fermented in stainless steel, at low temperatures between 14-16C for 15 to 20 days.
Seafood, dishes with white sauces, white meats.
The technical information on this wine is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. This information may be subject to change according to vintage
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