Dry rosé experimental wine; Vintage 2017. Limited number of bottles.
All the varieties of the Greek Vineyard together in a bottle of wine: 6 red indigenous and autochthonous varieties (mavrodaphne, agiorgitiko, xinomavro, petrokoritho, negoska, and limnionas) in experimental vinification with 41 white indigenous and autochthonous varieties: asyrtico, athiri, vidiano, savatiano, malagousia, petroulanos, zakynthino, vilana, malvasia, lagorthi, vostilidi, robola, muscat, tsaousi, muscatel etc.
Vinification: Destemmed of red varities, cold extraction for a few hours, pressing, mixing with the white grapes musts, alcoholic fermentation at low temperature, filtering and bottling.
Light rosé color; aromas of flowers and unripe fruits, mainly citrus; body strong and balanced; long and hedonic aftertaste.
Jancis Robinson 2019: Foivos 47 Rosé 2017: 17/20: "Intense and wonderfully complex aroma that is almost impossible to describe – includes so many different elements such as red cherry, apricot, cedarwood, non-sweet honey and a light and attractive smokiness. On the palate, bone-dry, slightly chewy texture and all those complex flavours again and excellent freshness. Impressive depth and length at such a modest alcohol level and the oak perfectly integrated".