Local from Mt. Athos… Epiphanis (Celebrated) Wine is produced from the vines in Mylopotamos, more than fifteen years old, and more specifically from the varieties Limnio and Merlot. It has a deep crimson color. In its bouquet we may discern dried plums, red fruits and spices. With respect to its taste, its body is robust with a supple structure, rich in tannins, in harmonious fusion, a balanced acidity and a prolonged sweet aftertaste.
A wine with a supple surface, promising a lot to the variety’s aficionados, who want to stock in their cellars wines older than ten years. Should you decant it to a carafe before serving, it will “open up” and offer you its full spectrum of aromas. Enjoy at 16o-18o degrees C.
The winemaking took place in temperature-controlled wine makers for three weeks. Following malo-lactic fermentation, it was settled and then aged for 24 months in new French oaken barrels.
Bottling: March 2010. 6350 bottles
Region: Mylopotamos – Holy Mt. of Athos – Chalkidiki
Origin of grapes: Privately owned organic vineyard
Grape-harvest: Early September
Alcohol content: 13,8%
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