In the Cycladic area production of sweet wines from sun-dried grapes were the main traditional winemaking technique. Particularly in Santorini, because of the wealth of varietal grape and high quality raw material, this technique reached its apogee with the extremely sun-sweet wines Vinsanto.
From the 16th century we find writings describing the profitable trade of the island to Russia, based on the quality and reputation of Vinsanto but in the rare ability to withstand chrono.
The production process is painful, long and costly. But when after many years open barrels, appears Vinsanto sweet, complex, unique, exuberant, excellent. A rare krasi.
The Vinsanto produced 80% Assyrtiko, 10% Aidani 10% Athiri.
Features: b> Chalkokechrimpari color. Bold, kind, elegant and complex aromas of chocolate, roasted coffee beans, honey, nuts and dried fruit. Greasy mouth, full, perfectly balanced with the sweetness and acidity in harmony and with elegant, long, almost indelible epigefsi.
Vinification: b> sunned for 12-14 days. Aged 17 years in barrel and 3 years in fiali.
Ethanol: b> 14.0% vol. Total acidity: b> 6 g / l sugars: b> 240 gr / l aging Features: b> Deep aging Serving: b> can be eaten alone as an aperitif. It fits very well with cigars and sweet with cocoa and sokolata.
Serving: b> at 6-8 ° C.
Κριτική Επιτροπή Διαγωνισμού Decanter World Wine Awards 2016 96/100 Deep walnut colour with a green tinge. Flavours of fig compote with spice and coffee beans. This wine is truly something that all wine lovers must experience at least once in their lives. Could age further and not lose its lustre. A concentrated elixir to sip slowly.