Pale yellow, almost white color and lemony nose, with earthy tones, notes citrus and suspicion of orange flowers. Serious and fresh mouthsense, with acidity that gives nerve, minerality, and a pretty long finish with a sense of lemon and pear.
Small production tsipouro from Monemvasia marcs, with one year aging in French oak barrels. Complex character, with the predominant aromas of citrus, caramel and vanilla. The name is a four-digit code, the first two digits of which indicate the year of distillation and the following years of aging in an oak barrel.
From the varieties Serifiotiko and Kountoura a rosé wine with a wonderful light cherry color with orange highlights, nose with aromas of strawberry, apricot, violet and ripe lemon. Rich mouth with light body, high but not sharp acidity with a feeling of ripe fruit and a pleasant finish. It goes well with spaghetti, poultry and salads. Suitable serving temperature at 8-10 oC.
The pulp of cactus pear, free of seeds, combined with whole Greek deep red sweet fig. The ultimate Mediterranean summer flavor. Choose it to accompany the local cold meat “louza”, or a combo of cold sliced pork roast, Graviera cheese, or Syros Kopanisti cheese. Enjoy it for breakfast with Greek yoghurt and granola, or use it to make sweet marinade for poultry or pork.
Tsipouro from Monemvasia marc, with two years of aging in French oak barrels, with a complex character and predominant aromas of honey, caramel and vanilla. The name is a four-digit code, the first two digits of which indicate the year of distillation, while the following years indicate the years of aging in oak barrels.