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Cyclades, Clos Stegasta Asyrtiko, T-Oinos (jéroboam) - 2014

  • Provenance: Greece
  • Appellation: Vin des Cyclades
  • Domain: T-Oinos
  • Grape variety(ies): Asyrtiko
  • On-call time: 30 years
  • Style of wine: Vin de grand terroir
  • Alcohol degree: 14%
Produced by Alexander Avatangelos, a true wine artist on the island of Tinos, in the heart of the Aegean Sea, this sublime Assyrtiko expresses the ultimate breed of this grape variety on a windswept granite terroir. It offers elegance and purity with its nose of gunflint, oyster shell and granny apple. A great white wine, fresh, mineral, dry and salty, with an endless length in the mouth. A must!
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Viticulture

Known as "the pearl of the Cyclades", Tinos was not destined to produce great wines until the arrival of a visionary who had the intuition to produce great wines on an energetic granite terroir. Twenty years later, the wines of Clos Stegasta are not only among the great wines of the Aegean, but have their place in the concert of great wines of the world. Alexander Avatangelos, a philosopher and theologian by training, has a 10-hectare vineyard located in the centre-east of the island at an altitude of 400 metres. In order to preserve the beauty of the place, the vineyard is cultivated organically. The soil is sandy on a bed of granite.

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Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks

Suggestions for accompaniment

Dolmas (vine leaves stuffed with rice) - Fish with spetsiota (a kind of fish "moussaka") - Hard cheeses such as Peccorino

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