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Anatolikos Malagousia Wild White 2020

It's like licking the Mediterranean.
  • $59.00

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Primary Notes: Basil Capsicum Peach, Melon Lemon / Lime

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Dryness: Neutral

Acidity: High

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Origin: Thrace, Greece

Maker: Anatolikos

Grape: Malagousia

Fermentation: Organic, Natural, Vegan Slight Wood

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Serving Temperature: Best served between 8–10 degrees.

Asian Food Pairing: Shishamo, Roast chicken rice, Doenjjang jjigae

Western Food Pairing: Pair with seafood pastas, salads and vegetable stews, soft cheeses, and grilled fish or white meat.

Description

Anatolikos Malagousia Wild White 2020

Anatolikos Malagousia Wild White is 99% Malagousia and 1% Assyrtiko.
Golden-red colour with green shades. Complex and dense nose of Mediterranean herbs, chamomile and wild white flowers, basil and mint. A fruit bomb of grapefruit and lemon citrus, pineapple, yellow peach and complementary subtle notes of granite minerals. The palate has a beautiful balance of excellent flavours, lively acidity, textural mouthfeel and long aftertaste.

In Avdira city, known from ancient times as the city of Thrace, a struggle began in 2000 to revive famous ancient vineyards. Contributing in this initiative, Αnatolikos Vineyards began farming Greek and foreign grape varieties in 2005. They apply organic cultivation and practices in the vineyard. Their vineyards are located on the dry hills of Avdira city with an altitude of 50–70 meters and approximately 5 km away from the Thrace Sea. The terrain is sandy with continuous cool northeast winds. Avdira’s microclimate contributes decisively in the production of high-quality products.
Made with 99% organically grown Malagousia and 1% Assyrtiko. Harvest by hand in small baskets. Fermentation with wild yeast, resting on lees with periodic battonage for 5 months. One third of the wine ageing in French oak barrels for 3 months. No filtering or any other treatments before bottling.
Enjoy today or within 5 years from vintage.
Interested in another Greek wine? Check out Katogi Averoff Inima Xinomavro 2015!


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