A band of land whose virtues are even mentioned by Pausanias in his "Achaean". On the north hills, which enjoy the cool air currents and stare at the narrow Gulf of Corinth, and in vines with lower yields than the rest of Achaia, dominates the mountain Roditis variety. Wonderful and very special wines of P.G.I. Aegialia are produced there, blended with other varieties like: Chardonnay, Lagorthi, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Charming pomegranate color, and nose exuding aromas of sweet red fruits like cherry, strawberry and pomegranate, and even violet and rose. Freshness and gentle sweetness in the mouth, while in the for..
Since the legislation does not allow the 'Mavrodaphne' variety to be indicated on the label when the wine is dry, the producers are choosing relative names. Here we have the word "Tsigello", which is ..
Pale yellow color with greenish reflections, nose clean and balanced with lively touches of lemon, citron and characteristic minerality. Mouth-feel balanced, thick, with the intensity of acidity offer..