Winemaker: Domaine Gioulis, Klimenti/Greece
Production Area: 10 hectares
Yield per Vine & Hectare: 60 hl/ha
The Moschofilero grapes are strictly selected from the low yielding organic vineyard in the mountainous Peloponnese region. The Chardonnay grapes are cultivated by Domaine Gioulis in the northern Peloponnese mountains at a 1000m altitude near the village of Klimenti. The soil is clay-limestone nand the vineyard has a northern orientation.
Yield per Vine & Hectare: 50 hl/ha
Training system: normal classical two sided royat (2,40x1), allowing optimal sun and air permeation
Vinification: Traditional white wine vinification. Clarification is done by static sedimentation. The fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature. Each variety is vinified separately. The blending of the varieties takes place after the fermentation.
Analytical Data: 12% alc/vol.
Tasting notes: Light yellow color with green tinges. The nose has fresh fruits aromas such as citrus and melon refined with elegant white flowers and rose. The palate: light and tasteful with lemon notes, hints of mint and fresh summer fruits, an elegant crisp acidity combined with a long aftertaste.
"The white Sofos has a pale gold colour and a delicate nose with aromas of rosebud and white flowers, while in the palate it has freshness, medium body and fruity flavours such as pear, white peach and fresh melon. It is a white wine of pleasure which has the aromatic typicity of the indigenous Moschofilero combined with the body and the crisp acidity of a fresh Chardonnay." - Konstantinos Lazarakis
Enjoy with: Mediterranean cuisine, oysters, fresh grilled fish, seafood, salads and pasta dishes.
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UPC: 1-85554 00094-9
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