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Cyclades, Clos Stegasta rosé, T-Oinos - 2022

  • Provenance: Greece
  • Appellation: Vin des Cyclades
  • Domain: T-Oinos
  • Grape variety(ies): Avgoustiatis et Mavrotragano
  • On-call time: 5 years
  • Alcohol degree: 13%
This ambitious Rosé is a new creation from T-Oinos. Produced for the first time in this vintage, it impresses with its purity and very fine notes of citrus fruit, red berries and fig leaf. This is a rosé of great elegance and meticulous construction. On the palate, it is dynamic and deeply flavoursome, with a beautifully fresh finish. A great gourmet rosé to be reserved for poultry, fish and shellfish.
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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.


The grapes are pressed directly on arrival at the winery. Fermentation with indigenous yeasts. The wine is aged on its lees for two months.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Aubergine moussaka - Fusilli with supions - Pissaladière.

Liquid geography

Located in the middle of the Aegean Sea, Tinos is one of the jewels of the Cyclades. Alexander Avatangelos, a philosopher and theologian, once had a crazy dream: to replant vines in the northern part of the island, on a mountainous plateau that looks like a fractal field! So he embarked on the adventure, planting a dozen hectares of vines at very high density. With the support of Gérard Margeon, head sommelier of Alain Ducasse's restaurants and Stéphane Derenoncourt since 2016, he produces a range of wines with exceptional character.The vineyard is divided into three different areas, at an average altitude of 440 to 480 m. The first - where the white Clos Stegasta is located - is on the plateau, littered with huge blocks of granite. The second area is called "Les Terrasses" (3.5 ha) and is located a few kilometres down in a small valley that slopes towards the Bay of Livada: this is where the great red Clos Stegasta is produced. The third area is on a hill not far from the winery. Here 10,000 vines are planted to produce the red T-Oinos and the Mavrosé.

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