Tasting Note: Intense but refined aromas of jasmine, white peach and apricot, typical of Malagousia, balanced by the freshness of a high-altitude Roditis adding crisp acidity and zest. Rounded, fresh and delicious.
Food Matching: Can be enjoyed all year round, on its own as an aperitif, or paired with salads, fresh cheese and fish.
Region: Greece, Macedonia
Grapes: Roditis 80%, Malagousia 20%
Please note that the sale of alcohol to under-18s is prohibited.
About the Vineyard :
"Paranga ('The Shack'), takes its name from the run-down state of the Amyndeon winery back in 1997 when Yiannis Boutaris bought it. The grapes are sourced primarily from contracted growers in the Amyndeon appellation in Northwestern Greece. The vineyards are at an altitude of 600m on poor sandy soils. The area has cold winters and warm summers, with the four surrounding lakes creating a unique mild mesoclimate."