Serving Enotria White wine
Should be served very cool, at 10⁰C, and would make an ideal companion to a variety of foods, such as small fried fish, mild in taste seafood, chicken with estragon and white or black-eyed beans flavoured with oregano and thyme.
It would also make an ideal combination to some Greek traditional dishes, like "yemista" (vegetables stuffed with rice, flavoured with spearmint and fennel), "ladera" (mostly vegetables, cooked in olive oil) or the delicious fennel pie.
Enotria White Wine Vinification
Classic white vinification with fermentation in stainless steel tanks, at a low temperature (18⁰C), in order to express, in the best way, the aromatic compounds of the three grape varieties and preserve the full fruity character of the wine. Each grape variety is vinified separately.
Residual sugar: 1.4 gr/lt
Total acidity: 5.5 gr/lt
Total Sulfur: 101 mg/lt
Enotria White Awards
|2019||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2018||Bronze medal|
|2019||Japan||Sakura||2018||Double Gold Medal|
|2018||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2017||Bronze medal|
|2018||Japan||Sakura||2017||Double Gold Medal|
|2017||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2016||Silver medal|
|2015||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2014||Gold medal|
|2012||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2011||Silver medal|
|2010||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2009||Silver medal|
|2009||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2008||Silver medal|
|2007||Greece||Thessaloniki I.W.S.C.||2006||Silver medal|
|2003||France||Challenge International du Vin||2006||Silver medal|
Enotria White Tasting Notes
|Tasted in||Country||Tasted by||Published on||Vintage||Wine tasting notes|
|2016||U.K.||International Wine Competition||www.decanter.com||2015||Enjoyable blend with a floral and fruity nose followed by a round and defined palate.|