Classic 35 2014 - Strofilia Estate

Producer: Strofilia Estate
Varieties: Syrah, Αγιωργίτικο
Region: Πελοπόννησος

Agiorgitiko and Syrah from Asprokambos of mountainous Corinthia. Asprokambos: Vineyards in the Stymphalia plateau, in deep, clay, alkaline soils with a lot of calcium carbonate. Their yield does not exceed 900 kg/str. The climate of the area is characterized by cold winter, a lot of rain and snow, cool spring and dry summer, with higher temperatures during the day and cooler in the evenings.


Classic method of red wine vinification. Long extraction is applied at a temperature from 28 to 30 ° C. After the alcoholic fermentation is completed, the new wine is transferred to French oak barrels. The wine matures for 12 to 18 months in 300 liter barrels, and after bottling it, it remains for at least 6 months in the bottle. 


Deep red color.

Notes of spices and aromas of red ripe fruit such as cherries, raspberries and plums in perfect harmony with the aromas of wood and coffee. Rich, savory taste with balanced tannins with long aftertaste. Proposed for long aging.


Special moments with your loved ones. Accompanied pleasantly with beef, grilled meat, meat with red spicy sauce and cheese. Served: room temperature (16° - 18° C)

RRP: €18.20
Products specifications
Color Red
Type Dry
Region Peloponnese
Geographical Indication PGI Peloponnese
Vintage 2014
Variety Syrah, Agiorgitiko
Bottle 1.5L (Magnum Bottle)
Maturation 15 μήνες
Matured in Oak Barrels
Alcohol 13,5%
Organic No
Natural No
Aging potential 10+ years
Closure Cork
Serving temperature 16°C - 18°C

Strofilia Estate

With more than 500 acres of privately owned, rented and cooperating vineyards in the Peloponnese and Attica, and with wineries in Anavyssos and Nemea, Strofilia is one of the most dynamic and extroverted Greek wineries. Strofilia systematically invests in its vineyards and produces wines from indigenous and international varieties. The core value of the company is the least possible environmental impact from its production process and the non-wasting of human and natural resources. It is also a conscious choice to develop long-lasting and honest partnerships with wine growers in the areas in which it operates, as well as its wider involvement in the local community.