Limnio vines are known for their hardiness and ability to survive harsh droughts. The grapes have the ability to produce high must weights and are late ripening, making them the ideal variety for Greece. Here they are grown on schist soils at around 300 metres above the sparkling Mediterranean sea where the breezes and dry climate create perfect conditions for organic viticulture. The vineyards yield at a tiny 800 kilos per hectare, creating wines of intensity and structure.
Temperature-controlled fermentation with gentle extraction in stainless steel tanks followed by 12 months ageing in oak barrels before bottling.
Grape Varieties: 100% Limnio
Tasting Note: This is a refined red of spice and subtle power. Aromas of spiced wild cherry and damson, a hint of oak, finely-grained elegant tannins and balanced acidity which contribute to a long fresh finish which builds further savoury complexity with air.
Food Match: Ideal with honey glazed pork, barbecue ribs and Chinese beef.