Agiorgitiko is an ancient Greek grape variety mostly planted in Nemea, named for the small St George's Church found within the boundaries of the appellation: Agiorgitiko translates as "St George's grape“ A wide range of styles are made from this red grape variety, from rich, age-worthy dry wines to lighter, fruitier examples such as this.
A classical red fermentation in stainless steel with a brief ten days of extraction to ensure the tannins remain gentle.
Tasting Notes: Perfumed crushed red berries with an overlay of sweet spice. Medium-weight soft and succulent with gentle tannins, bright, pure fruit and immense drinkability.
Food Match: Ideal with white and red meat as a Kleftiko or spicy grilled chicken breast.