Wine region: Santorini
Grape: Mandilaria, Aidani
Alcohol percentage: 13% vol
Unit Quantity: 750ml
The perfect wine to accompany your summer days and nights from Mandilaria, aidani grapes. Pale onion peel color. Nose of fresh red small fruits, raspberries, and red cherries. Dry palate, with fruity aromas of sour small berries. Medium-high acidity with a feeling of freshness and a fruity aftertaste.
Grace is best served at 12°C. It accompanies perfectly poultry in red sauce, greek salad, pizza, or other traditional, greek summer dishes.
It all began in early 2000 when the winemaker Apostolos Mountrichas of Avantis Estate Winery in Evia, fell in love with Santorini and the strong personality of Assyrtiko.
In 2012 he returned back for the winemaking of the top indigenous variety in the incomparable volcanic terroir of Santorini.
His philosophy relies on wines with purity, primary varietal characteristics, and balance. Wines that reflect the connection to the Santorinian anhydrous land, the majesty of earth, the volcano, the sun, the sea breeze, the Cycladic air – the intense personality of this unique PDO land. High-quality wines sealed with the raw beauty of Santorini.
From April 2021, in the ninth year of its presence on the island, the Avantis Santorini Winery changes its name and appearance and evolves into Anhydrous.
The design of the new logo is a symbolic depiction of the vineyard and the unpredictable changing weather conditions that prevail on the island. The elements of nature alternate, contributing to the quality and complexity of the wines. Light – Water – Earth – Sun – Air – Fire – Sea, are presented in an image as a whole, with a design that refers to an old engraving, thus bridging the past with the future.
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