One of the oldest indigenous Greek varietals, Savatiano is characterized by ripe apple and peach flavors as well as an oily texture. Although its cultivated in many areas of Greece, its home near Athens provides the ideal terroir. Limestone, and elevation combined with abundant sun, wind, and very dry conditions. Its mineral demeanor remind us of a Rhone valley white wine. Savatiano can age very well (7 years plus), at that point it turns towards a dry Riesling like profile, with bees wax notes, and elevated acidity.
Here is a classic all Savatiano wine from a master of its kind, sourced from older vines (45+ years old), grown in the Attica region, at an elevati...View full details
The Athenian grape gets the French oak treatment for 6 months. Sourced from old vines (60 years old), this is fresh and lively, but with added powe...View full details
A beautiful, unoaked Savatiano wine from its birthplace, Markopoulo, not far from Athens. It is sourced from 60 year old vines and is rather delici...View full details