Monograph by Gaia Agiorgitiko 2020 750ml

size
750ml
country
Greece
region
Peloponnese
Additional vintages
2020 2019
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For our MONOGRAPH AGIORGITIKO we choose Agiorgitiko grapes from the hills surrounding Nemea. The yields of our semi-mountainous vineyards at a 500 m altitude are relatively low and never exceed 12,000 kg per hectare. With careful winemaking a complex and pleasant red wine, characterized by a red-purple color, with aromas of medium intensity, unique clarity and finesse is created. Relatively complex for its youth, aromas oscillate between prickly pear, pomegranate and butterscotch. A particularly smooth taste, with soft tannins and a fruity aftertaste. Pair it with cuisine of medium or even high intensity or on its own as an aperitif. A youthful wine, which can also be enjoyed during warm summer months when served at a low temperature of 10°-12 ° C.
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Monograph by Gaia Agiorgitiko 2020 750ml

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For our MONOGRAPH AGIORGITIKO we choose Agiorgitiko grapes from the hills surrounding Nemea. The yields of our semi-mountainous vineyards at a 500 m altitude are relatively low and never exceed 12,000 kg per hectare. With careful winemaking a complex and pleasant red wine, characterized by a red-purple color, with aromas of medium intensity, unique clarity and finesse is created. Relatively complex for its youth, aromas oscillate between prickly pear, pomegranate and butterscotch. A particularly smooth taste, with soft tannins and a fruity aftertaste. Pair it with cuisine of medium or even high intensity or on its own as an aperitif. A youthful wine, which can also be enjoyed during warm summer months when served at a low temperature of 10°-12 ° C.
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size
750ml
country
Greece
region
Peloponnese
Additional vintages
2020 2019
Overview
For our MONOGRAPH AGIORGITIKO we choose Agiorgitiko grapes from the hills surrounding Nemea. The yields of our semi-mountainous vineyards at a 500 m altitude are relatively low and never exceed 12,000 kg per hectare. With careful winemaking a complex and pleasant red wine, characterized by a red-purple color, with aromas of medium intensity, unique clarity and finesse is created. Relatively complex for its youth, aromas oscillate between prickly pear, pomegranate and butterscotch. A particularly smooth taste, with soft tannins and a fruity aftertaste. Pair it with cuisine of medium or even high intensity or on its own as an aperitif. A youthful wine, which can also be enjoyed during warm summer months when served at a low temperature of 10°-12 ° C.
green grapes

Varietal: Agiorgitiko

The Mourvèdre varietal grape is believed to have been brought to Spain over two thousand years ago, where it quickly became popular as it flourished in the greener regions of the country. Before long, it was being grown and processed in many different regions of France, and today it is grown in several New World countries. It is often used as a blending wine, and is particularly successful when blended with Grenache and Syrah varietals. Mourvèdre wines tend to be quite tannic and high in alcohol and acidity, however, with careful handling they produce remarkably flavourful wines packed full of unique flavours and aromas. Mourvèdre wines are often described as having meaty or game notes, coupled nicely with dark berries and deep, complex earthy flavours.
fields

Country: Greece

It is almost impossible to understate the importance of local and regionally produced wines in Greek culture. Across the country, from the cities of the mainland to the villages, mountainous regions and islands, wine is produced using traditional methods and native grape varietals, and is drank in households and taverns, either accompanying the much loved local cuisine or alone as a refreshment under the blazing Mediterranean sunshine. For wine lovers around the world, Greece is known for producing several wines with something unique and interesting to offer, a refreshing change from the norm filled with surprises and complex, occasionally challenging or unusual flavors and aromas. Thanks to the vast range in terrain across the archipelago, Greek wine is as varied as it is delicious, meaning there is plenty to explore and enjoy from this fascinating and ancient country.
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green grapes

Varietal: Agiorgitiko

The Mourvèdre varietal grape is believed to have been brought to Spain over two thousand years ago, where it quickly became popular as it flourished in the greener regions of the country. Before long, it was being grown and processed in many different regions of France, and today it is grown in several New World countries. It is often used as a blending wine, and is particularly successful when blended with Grenache and Syrah varietals. Mourvèdre wines tend to be quite tannic and high in alcohol and acidity, however, with careful handling they produce remarkably flavourful wines packed full of unique flavours and aromas. Mourvèdre wines are often described as having meaty or game notes, coupled nicely with dark berries and deep, complex earthy flavours.
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Country: Greece

It is almost impossible to understate the importance of local and regionally produced wines in Greek culture. Across the country, from the cities of the mainland to the villages, mountainous regions and islands, wine is produced using traditional methods and native grape varietals, and is drank in households and taverns, either accompanying the much loved local cuisine or alone as a refreshment under the blazing Mediterranean sunshine. For wine lovers around the world, Greece is known for producing several wines with something unique and interesting to offer, a refreshing change from the norm filled with surprises and complex, occasionally challenging or unusual flavors and aromas. Thanks to the vast range in terrain across the archipelago, Greek wine is as varied as it is delicious, meaning there is plenty to explore and enjoy from this fascinating and ancient country.