Producer: Semeli Estate
Wine region: Peloponnese
Alcohol percentage: 13.5% vol
Unit Quantity: 750ml
Wine maker’s notes
Bright, deep garnet, with intense viscosity. Ripe red fruit on the nose illustrates the character of an age-worthy Agiorgitiko. Complex aromas of spices and herbs, come from the long time spent in barrique, as well as in the bottle. Dense and round on the palate. Velvety and graceful tannins, rich alcohol with noted acidity that provides balance. A long aftertaste, full of volume and flavors of chocolate, marmalade, toasted bread, and cinnamon.
Serve with rich meat dishes, roast lamb, charcoal-grilled and spit-roasted meats, and hard yellow or creamy cheeses. Enjoy at 15-16°C.
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About Semeli Estate
Founded in 1979, Semeli Estate is a leading Greek winery and one of the country’s most significant wine-related developments. With deep roots in time-honored traditions and our eyes on the future, we produce wines of exceptional quality offering consumers the best value for money.
In 2003, Semeli built a modern, stylishly designed winery set amidst company-owned vineyards in Koutsi, Corinthia. This state-of-the-art 4,000m² facility is a benchmark winery at a national level both in terms of innovative layout and excellent services. Designed with respect for the natural environment and built on a vineyard-covered hillslope with a long reputation for producing vintage grapes, the Semeli winery reflects our holistic approach to modern winemaking.
Blending traditional values with the latest advances in viticulture, our winery uses a gravity-fed process that takes full advantage of the sloping terrain. From pressing to barreling and then on to bottling, the entire process relies on the force of gravity rather than on mechanical methods that may damage the grape. Moreover, by reducing grape temperature to 7-8˚C prior to crushing and then carefully controlling both temperature and humidity throughout the facility, we are able to minimize oxidation and promote fermentation under ideal conditions.