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Magoutes Vielle Vignes Blanc Field Blend

Located an hour south west of Thessaloniki, Magoutes vineyard lies at 800 metres above sea level. Dimitris only uses indigenous red varieties but due to elevation, this white iteration of Xinomavro is remarkably successful. This complex [italics]blanc-de-noir[/italics] has an ethereal bouquet that demands tasting! Wonderfully restrained vinous bouquet with wild herbs, the flavours explode in the mouth. Bone dry, the intense chalky mineral citrus flavours combine with the intense acidity to deliver a balanced elegance only rivalled by top Chablis. A great drink on its own or a wonderful partner to the most luxurious fish that money could buy.
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Located an hour south west of Thessaloniki, Magoutes vineyard lies at 800 metres above sea level. Dimitris only uses indigenous red varieties but due to elevation, this white iteration of Xinomavro is remarkably successful. This complex [italics]blanc-de-noir[/italics] has an ethereal bouquet that demands tasting! Wonderfully restrained vinous bouquet with wild herbs, the flavours explode in the mouth. Bone dry, the intense chalky mineral citrus flavours combine with the intense acidity to deliver a balanced elegance only rivalled by top Chablis. A great drink on its own or a wonderful partner to the most luxurious fish that money could buy.

Magoutes, Siatista, Macedonia

Although famous for its wines in the nineteenth century, the Siatista wine region in the north of Greece is now remote and relatively unknown. Magoutes Vineyard, previously known as Diamantis Winery, was established by the local Diamantis family with a focus on producing terroir-driven wines from indigenous varieties. Their work has concentrated on rescuing many abandoned old vineyards, as well as planting new vineyards from local cuttings to preserve the unique varietal and clonal heritage of the region. They have identified the ‘Magoutes’ area as an outstanding terroir consisting of rocky, limestone soil at high altitude, a steep gradient, and southerly aspect, where they now have over 12ha of vineyards. Alongside Xinomavro, Dimitris Diamantis specialises in the Moshomavro grape, which is indigenous to Siatista, but had almost died out by the 1970s. The grape typically boasts light tannins and moderate acidity and was until recently mostly used to enhance other varieties, such as Xinomavro. Diamantis is currently the only producer to make a 100% Moshomavro wine. Magoutes practice low intervention in both the vineyard and the winery, producing wines of wonderful purity.

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