Grape Variety: Mandilaria and Assyrtiko
Wine region: Santorini
Quality Classification: P.G.I. Cyclades
Alcohol percentage: 14.5%vol
Unit Quantity: 500ml
Wine maker’s note
Naturally sweet from sun-dried grapes. The grapes are sun-dried for 8 – 10 days before the vinification.
13 years in oak barrels. Bottling 2016.
Velvet wine with aromas of sweet spices, coffee, and dried fruits. Complicated character and rich bouquet due to the 13 –year ageing in oak barrels.
Perfect to accompany desserts based on chocolate and caramel. Best served at 6-8oC.
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The Union of Santorini Cooperatives, SantoWines was founded in 1947. Today, it consists of the largest organization of the island representing all the cultivators and counting 1.200 active members. SantoWines is committed to safeguarding the local traditional cultivations, producing the highest quality Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Santorini wines and products as well as promoting sustainable agriculture development.
SantoWines’ R&D invests in the ongoing development of cultivation and vinification techniques, while it aims at the preservation of the biodiversity through the operation of a nursery of autochthonous varieties, a solid base for study and trial cultivation of local grapes.
The traditional cultivations of the farmers-members of our cooperative, guarantee the authenticity and the premium quality of our products.
The promotion of all Santorini products is the most important mission of the Cooperative. PDO Santorini wines, PDO Santorini Tomato, PDO Santorini Fava, capers, caper leaves, as well as local sweet preserves, like tomato or Koufeto belong to the wide range of the Santo products of pure Santorini taste that is available for everyone to enjoy!