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Grape Variety : Liatiko Liasto The grape harvest takes place at the end of July. They are sun -dried for 10 days and then they are pressed and fermented. The wines remains in oak barrels for 12 months. Food matches : Fruit, sweets and nuts.
The sweet ecclesiastical thanksgiving wine used in the worship of the god, the wine blessed by Christ. During the continuing tradition of the Fathers of the Monastery, sweet wine was always produced. Nowadays this tradition is maintained under the guidance of Abbot Philotheos Spanoudakis, the drying of the grapes and
Grape Variety : Syrah
Grape Variety: 85% Assyrtiko, 15% Aidani Ageing: Premium Selection Vintages 2002 - 2003 - 2004. Minimum 12 years in French oak barrels. Ageing continues in the bottle. Tasting Notes: Deep brown colour. Full body. Seductive aromas of honey, dried orange, figs, dates and peach jam, coffee beans, baking spices and caramelized fruits. Velvety palate with
Grape Variety: 85% Assyrtiko, 15% Aidani Ageing: Premium Selection Vintages 2005 - 2006 - 2007. Minimum 8 years in French oak barrels. Ageing continues in the bottle Tasting Notes: Amber colour. Full body. Notes of dried apricot, sultanas, figs, molasses and dark chocolate. The citrusy acidity adds structure and balances the sweetness while the finish
Grape Variety: 85% Assyrtiko, 15% Aidani Ageing: 36 months in French oak barrels. Ageing continues in the bottle Tasting Notes: Amber colour. Full body. Complex nose, ranging from sweet spices like cinnamon and cloves towards dried fruits such as apricots and raisins. The lovely viscous palate is balanced by a fine thread of acidity that