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An appealing Greek white from an indigenous and increasingly fashionable grape variety.
Made with the rare Malagouzia that was saved from near extinction in the 1980s the graoes are hand harvested before a gentle pressing. It has bold aromatics on the nose that lead onto a soft and rounded palate that is full of ripe stone fruits, hints of pineapple and red apple.
Finishing a nice touch of zestiness and lychee it goes well with souvlaki, greek salads and seafood.
Suitable for Vegans
Domaine Papagiannakos was established in 1919 in the heart of the plain of Mesogaia, Attica - just 30km from Athens.
Third generation winemaker, Vassilis Papagiannakos, was born and bred in Markopoulo, and grew up around the family winery. At that time the Savatiano variety was the winery's sole focus - but later Malagouzia was introduced, along with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and other varieties. Vassilis owns 10 hectares of vineyard in the Attica region, and maintains long-term leases on a further 20 hectares, with vines on average 50-60 years old. Rocky, sandy, clay topsoil nurtures low yielding bush vines - extremely limited irrigation is employed.
The Papagiannakos family continues its traditions whilst bringing the winery into the 21st Century with a stunning and innovative bioclimatic winery.