Savatiano is the most widely planted indigenous Greek grape variety. It is grown mostly in Attica, Evia & Viotia in Central Greece.It is very resistant to water stress. It gives wines that are fresh & vivid with aromas of peach, ripe apricot, lemon, kiwi, banana and melon. Matches beautifully with Japanese and Asian cuisine, seafood & fresh fish. Try the aged ones with smoked yellow cheese, green salads with dry fruits & nuts and grilled white meat.
Oenosophist red 2008 - a rare BIG Greek wine: Xinomavro (literally “acid-black”) ideally tamed by Merlot, birthing a commanding red with spectacular aromatic intensity in the nose of dark fruits, chocolate, pipe tobacco and sweet spice. Oenosophist red features a phenomenal complexity in the mouth, combining balanced acidity and a long finish. 36 months in production with 18 months meticulous aging in French oak barrels of medium & high burn (selected wood from 3 different forests).