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Mylonas Sunday Savatiano-Aidani

The bouquet only hints at what's to come with subtle ripeness and squeaky clean fresh aromas. On the palate, this is uber fresh with light, elegant, sweet, very fruity but balanced by plenty of zingy acidity. This unusual wine is made by chilling the freshly picked grapes and letting them dry in the shade for a week, before pressing the super concentrated juice from the semi raisined grapes.
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Type: Sweet White
Varietal Composition: 85% Savatiano & 15% Aidani
Region: Attiki, Keratea, Attica, Greece
Vinification: Traditionally made in a clay amphorae. Light lemon with intense flowery aromas combined with those of fresh peaches, apricots and some notes of fennel and basil. Refreshing acidity that pleasantly balances with the sweet sensation given by the residual sugars. Delicate, light, tasteful with a long aftertaste. Pairs well with fruits, ice creams, sorbet and creamy sweets.

Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

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Mylonas Winery, Keratea, Attica

Mylonas Winery was started in 1917 in Keratea, eastern Attica, by grandfather Antonis, whose main occupation was the vine and winemaking. As stainless steel tanks were relatively unknown at the time, he would leave the grape must to ferment in amphorae. Years later his son Dimitris took over and continued the wine tradition, but expanded the enterprise with new vineyards, creating a small, modern winery. Eventually his sons took the helm and continue to expand in homage to their father and grandfather. The family own 12 hectares located from 80-200 metres above sea level. The soils are mainly limestone and schist with some gravel sites, too. Surrounded by the sea, Attica’s winters and cool summers provide ideal conditions for viticulture. Mylonas have become synonymous with the Savatiano variety, for which they have won many awards.

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