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Savvatiano 2018 - Liepouris Winery

Producer: Liepouris Winery
Variety: Σαββατιανό
Region: Κεντρική Ελλάδα

Savvatiano, the historic white variety of Attica and the Greek vineyard, awarded us the bronze prize at Thessaloniki International Competition. Cool and enjoyable! It has pronounced aromatic intensity of yellow fruits, freshly sown seeds, balanced and round mouth. It has bright lemon color with green hues. After the first year of aging its mineral character begins to become apparent.
Vinification takes place in cooled stainless-steel tanks, with controlled fermentation at 16 ° C. The fermented must remain in the tanks with the lees for two months with frequent stirring.

RRP: €8.00
€7.00
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Products specifications
Color White
Type Dry
Region Central Greece
Geographical Indication PGI Attiki
Vintage 2018
Variety Savvatiano
Bottle 750ml (Standard Bottle)
Maturation 6 μήνες
Matured in Stainless Steel Tank
Alcohol 12,5%
Organic No
Aging potential 3 - 5 years
Closure Cork
Serving temperature 9°C - 11°C
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Liepouris Winery

Liepouris Winery has been around for 65 years since it was founded in 1952. It is a three-generation family-run business that continues up to this day. Our Winery has adopted a modern way of producing wine. Stainless steel tanks are mainly used and modern vinification techniques are applied. But there are also some oak casks in which traditional retsina ripens. Our vineyards are located in the area of Keratea, but also in the wider area of Lavreotiki. The geographical location of the city combined with the proximity to the surrounding coasts make it one of the most favorable areas for vine growing. The two main contributors to the survival of vineyards are the quality of arable land and the climate of Attica. Specifically, the mild characteristics of the seasons, combined with the sea breezes, form an excellent environment for the cultivation and viability of the grape. Our vineyards are spread over 180 privately-owned acres. They are mainly linear and have a low yield of 300-400 kg per acre. The dominant variety is Savvatiano, followed by Mandilaria, Agiorgitiko, Muscat of Hamburg and Malagouzia.