What is it like? With aromas of crunchy juicy apple and wet stones. On palate it has the juicy fruitiness of red apple, and a sharpness of white pepper, and ends with a nice bitter-sweetness. With its white pepper and tanginess it is great with fish. Served chilled at 10-12 degrees celsius to preserve the fresh fruity notes.
What is it like: the aromas of fresh fuji apple and a hint of pineapple give this wine a very approachable profile. It is a youthful and direct expression of the erbaluce grape with a big dose of fruit, hint of citrus peel and a faint note of wet pebbles in the finish. Drink on its own or with finger food.
Made in the traditional (classical) method and from Erbaluce grapes, a native grapes from Greece, this sparkling wine has an abundance of fine mousse and a balanced notes of fresh cream, white flowers and mint. Drink by itself or with your favourite seafood dishes.
What is it like: this sparkling wine made in the traditional method has fine and lively foam, aromas of bread crust and stone fruits. Its high acidity makes
it a perfect pair with creamy soup or pasta. Also great with your sashimi.
What is it like: with a deep amber colour and a luscious texture, this dessert wine from the erbaluce grapes is richly soothing with its aroma of a baked apple tart drizzled in brandy. If you like winter spices like cinnamon, cloves, and baked apple, beeswax and honey, you would love it.
P.S. it is in 37.5 cl. bottle so can finish quickly.