Semeli Mountain Sun Rose
Oenologist: Leonidas Nassiakos
Grape Variety: Agiorgitiko of Nemea (St. George).
Vineyard: Selected vineyards from the higher slopes of the Nemea region, at altitudes of 600m.
Soil: Sloping, clay.
Yield: 60 hl/ha
Microclimate: Harsh winters and cool summer nights, allow slow ripening of grapes, retaining acidity and full aromatic potential.
Harvest: 23rd – 25th September
Vinification: Grapes are chilled at 7-8o C, cold maceration for approximately 30 hours, followed by the saignée method (bleeding) without press and fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 17o C.
Average Production: 70.000 bottles
First produced: 1988
Alcohol: 13,1 % vol
Acidity: 6,1 g/l expressed as tartaric acid
Residual sugar: 2,9 g/l
Tasting notes: Pale cherry colour. Good intensity on the nose with aromas of ripe, sweet fruit, strawberry, cherry sweet spices and milk chocolate. On the palate it displays just a hint of sweetness, a noted acidity which gives freshness and concentrated cherry flavour.
Serving suggestions: Serve with red mullet, grilled lamb chops and Mediterranean vegetable dishes.
Serve at: 10-11 o C
Elevation: 600m ALTITUDE
Soil Type: SLOPING CLAY
Age of wines: FIRST PRODUCED 1988
Label Barcode: 5201299124421