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Ktima Brintziki Tinaktorogos

This is an extremely rare varietal found only in the Western Peloponnese, and is old enough to be referenced by Homer!

The Tinaktorogos is a sub-variety of the Asproudes grape, and produces a transparent, white wine with hints of green and yellow in the glass. Indigenous to Ancient Olympia, the varietal has been uniquely cultivated by the Brintzikis for the last 23 years. A unique characteristic of this variety is that during the flowering period, it casts many flowers and has a green harvest. 

As far as winemaking, the grapes were destemmed and crushed before the press. 100% natural fermentation at 18°C in stainless steel tanks for almost 10 days. Maturation on the lees for two months, and batonnage once per week, yield a complex wine of medium body, balanced acidity and a rich and delicate finish.

The wine is organic and made with a zero carbon footprint. 

 

Product Info

Pairings
This wine pairs well with poultry, salads and white cheese.
Alcohol
12.5
Appellation
Ilia
Country
Greece
Size
750
Varietals
100% Tinaktorogos (also called Asproudes)
People
The winery offers the amphitheater in their backyard as a community gathering place in support of the Arts.
Tasting Notes
The wine has medium, balanced acidity and a rich and delicate, long finish. Warm citrus, lemon flowers, melon and pipfruit moving through to underlying dried herbs and dried flowers.
Planet
Organic, natural wine, made with solar and geothermal energy. Zero carbon footprint. Vegetarian fining methods.