Semeli Mantinia

Oenologist: Leonidas Nassiakos

Grape Variety: Moschofilero 100%

Vineyard: Selected low yielding vineyards, at an altitude of 650 m. on the slopes of Zevgolatio, in the region of Mantinia.

Soil: Clay

Yield: 60 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 this pink skinned grape variety.

Harvest: 1 st October to 4th October

Vinification: Grapes are handpicked and transported in small baskets, they are then chilled to 7-8o C in cold storage, pressed by pneumatic press and followed by strict settling and classic white vinification. Fermentation at controlled temperature of 16-17o C. Care is taken to ensure gentle handling of grapes.

Average Production: 140.000 bottles
First produced: 1982
Alcohol: 12.3% vol.
Density: 0.9915
Acidity: 6.5 g/l expressed as tartaric acid
PH: 3.17
Residual sugar: 2.8 g/l

Tasting notes: Bright, yellow-green colour, with grey highlights. Elegant, floral aromas with lemon, citrus and rose petals. Rich on the palate with crisp acidity and long, aromatic aftertaste.

Serving suggestions: Serve with seafood, shellfish, salads and fish in lemon sauces.

Serve at: 9-10 o C

Vineyard Characheristics
Elevation: 650m ALTITUDE
Soil Type: CLAY
Age of wines: FIRST PRODUCED 1982
Label Barcode: 5201299606613

Farming Practices:  Sustainable
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