Pale yellow color with pleasant citrus aromas. Full-bodied with firm acidity and long mineral aftertaste." Winery "In...Read more...
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ssyrtiko 90% idani 5% thiri 5%. The wine comes out in a light white yellow color which proves the good condition of the grapes and with soft golden shades. The nose is pleasant with strong fruity aromas. The mouth appears full aromatic and the aftertaste has a certain freshness coming from the acidity of the wine which is typical of the island. Winemaker's Note
Pale yellow color with pleasant citrus aromas. Full-bodied with firm acidity and long mineral aftertaste." Winery "In 1996, Haridimos and Konstantina Hadzidakis returned to the family vineyard their parents had been forced to abandon long ago, after the earthquake of 1956. Together they transformed a traditional cave or “canava, carved in volcanic rock, into a small boutique winery that now produces some of the finest PDO Santorini wines on the island. Their vineyards surrounding the winery are some of the few actually certified organic on the island and are cultivated using the traditional basket shape vines grown directly on top of the volcanic soil. An innovative Enologist, since his first days of working at Boutari’s Santorini winery, Haridimos continues his work today with an unmatched passion and creative drive to make the perfect Santorini wine.
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