Sigalas Vinsanto 2013
Wine region: Santorini
Grape variety: 75% Assyrtiko, 25% Aidani
Quality classification: Protected Designation of Origin Santorini
Alcohol percentage: 9%vol
Unit Quantity: 500ml
Aging potential: No limit
Wine maker’s notes
Vinification techniques: Classic white wine vinification from sun-dried grapes (10-12 days). Aging in old oak barrels for a minimum of 24 months. Vinsanto is the most genuine descendant of the “passion oinon”, as the sun-dried wines were called in antiquity. During the Middle Ages, the ancient volcanic Thira was renamed as Santo Erini – Santorini and thus the wine took the name Vino Santo – Vinsanto, thus declaring its place of origin. Thus, the name is a «historical name of the appellation», one of the few still in existence.
Organoleptic characteristics: Bright orange-golden color. Rich and complex aroma with dominant scents of dried and sugared fruits. Exquisite structure, acidity, and finesse, with a strong aftertaste.
Serving Suggestions: Strong cheese, sweet dried fruit, and chocolate. Served at 11° C.
Age of vines: Over 50 years.
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