Semeli Feast White

Oenologist: Leonidas Nasiakos

Grape Varieties: Moschofilero 90% and Roditis 10%

Vineyard: From the Peloponnese, two of Greece’s finest grape varieties, Roditis and Moschofilero grown in high altitude vineyards on the Mantinia plateau and on the slopes of the Aigialia mountains. Soil: Sand and clay

Yield: 90 hl/ha

Microclimate: Harsh winters and cool summer nights, due to high altitude, allow grapes to ripen slowly reaching perfect maturation, retaining acidity and fully developing the distinctive flavours and aromas of both varieties Harvest: 1 st to 6th September Vinification: Grapes are handpicked and transported in small baskets, they are then chilled to 7-8o C in cold storage, followed by pneumatic press and classic white vinification. Fermentation at controlled temperature of 16-17o C. Care is taken to ensure gentle handling of grapes.

Average Production: 110.000 bottles
First produced: 2010
Alcohol: 12,1% vol.
Density: 0,9905
Acidity: 5,9 g/l. expressed as tartaric acid
PH: 3,29
Residual sugar: 2,2 g/l.
Tasting notes: Bright yellow-green colour, with grey highlights. Intense on the nose, with distinctive aromas of lemon and rose petals. Well balanced in the mouth, with mild acidity and refreshing aftertaste.
Serving suggestions: Accompanies Greek recipes, shellfish, fish and pasta.
Serve at: 9-10 o C

Vineyard Characheristics
Location
: PELOPONNESE
Elevation: 600-650m ALTITUDE
Soil Type: SAND AND CLAY
Age of wines: FIRST PRODUCED 2010
Label Barcode: 5201299505510

Farming Practices:  Sustainable
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