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Dakri tou Pefkou 2020
Availability: In stock
Dry, Still, White, Assyrtiko, Drink it now, 14% alc.
- Buy 6 for €14.81 each and save 8%
A new approach to Retsina for those who love (and miss) but not only. This is a delicious white wine based Assyrtiko from last barrel with a subtle touch of resin. Drunk and pleasantly accompanies each classical Greek snack that will be at your table.
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If someone would make a revolutionary movement to bring back our near Retsina, which is Stelios Kechris. Quality winemaker from Thessaloniki to make pine wept and brings beautiful effect in our glasses. If you have not tried the Pine Tear still worth doing, not (only) to mount the «come-back» the Retsina struggling to make wine in our conscience, but above all to enjoy a beautifully different white wine.
|Producer's Description||A different retinite wine will complement most acclaimed Amber with "The Tear of pine».
For "The Tear of pine 'combined varieties Assyrtiko and Roditis giving richness and refinement to this white retinite. Controlled concentration selected fresh resin, with hints of vanilla and butter to marry harmoniously, and to pave a unique background for the aromatic palette of Assyrtiko, with mastic may appeal to the Greek associatively piney beaches. It has a very rich mouthfeel and a long sweet leaves anamnisi. A unique resin that uses modern technology, yet based and traditional fermentation of the wine in barrels, like the old chronia.
|Greek Grape Variety||Assyrtiko|
|Quality category||Ονομασία κατά Παράδοση|
|When to Drink||Drink it now|
|Awards||The "The Tear of pine 'is produced in a limited number of bottles just premiered and won the special distinction of the" Big Gold "Medal in the" 6th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition 2006 "medal was first awarded in retinite wine.|
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