Douloufakis Winery, Sauvignon Blanc, White
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Type: White P.G.I. Crete
Varietal Composition: Sauvignon Blanc 100%. The warm climate enriches the aroma and gives to the wine body and soul, without taking away any of its zest and vivacity. This variety among other international varieties makes the most of the island's individual terroir, to reveal its character in a unique and most interesting manner.
Region: Dafnes (350 metres altitude), Crete, Greece.
Vinification: Classic white vinification with fermentation in stainless steel tanks, at a temperature of 18°C.
Analytical Data: 
Alcohol : 13,6% vol
Residual sugar: 2,0 gr/lt
Total acidity: 7,0 gr/lt
Total Sulfur: 51 mg/lt
Tasting Characteristics: Gold color with lemon glints. Ripe, melony nose. Firm, full bodied, textured. Grisp, clean finish. A nicely made Sauvignon Blanc with plenty of character and good balance.
Should be served at 9-10°C and is best enjoyed with fish, shellfish, chicken, pasta, pork chops or briny and sour cheese.

About our producer:
The tradition and history of Douloufakis Family in vineyard cultivation and production started in 1930 when the grandfather Dimitris Douloufakis first established the professional wine production in old traditional premises.
Nowadays the vineyard cultivation and wine-production tradition of the Family is continued by the grandson Nikolas Douloufakis.
Having studied Oenology in Italy (Alba Intituto Agrario-Spezialitato in Diviticultura e Enologia) he has proceeded to the renewing of the wine premises and to the production of superior quality wines from his own vineyards.

Douloufakis Winery vineyards are situated in hill slopes at an altitude of 350 meters and the cultivation is done by mechanical means. They cover 10 hectares and are located within the vine region of Dafnes, in Greece. The vine varieties planted are: Vilana, Vidiano, Muscat White (of Spina), Malvasia, Mandilari, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Liatiko, Kotsifali, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese and Syrah. Apart from  privately owned vineyards, grapes are sourced from farmers who cultivate their own vineyards in the same area.