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Paleokerisio 2016

Paleokerisio

"Nectar Of the Gods" Ioannina, Greece

A bit of a greek freek; a semi sparkling/semi dry orange wine made in a traditional way from a blend of a predominantely white variery with a small amount from a red variety, both endemic to this region. Its suprebly soft and drinkable with a light, balanced sweet sensation that will captivate the inner kid in you. The natural fizziness reveals the richness of flavours and aromas with a sweetness that blends in with all the other elements. This is a 500ml bottle, limited availability.

Wine File
StyleOrange
CountryGreece
GrapeDebina / Vlahiko
ColourLight Orange
On The NoseIntense and highly complex aromatic composition with characteristic aromas of apple, butter, and sweet spices like cinnamon and cloves
On the palateRich and refreshing, soft moreish bubbles
Drink By2020
Alcohol10.5%
Bottle Size500 ml

 

£13.50 a bottle

£12.00 When you mix 6 or more

In stock

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Made from the local, indigenous grape Debina with a splash of Vlahiko, it spends 12 days macerating on its skins before it’s bottled in the middle of fermentation resulting in a funky, demi-sec, orange, lightly sparkling wine that defies categorization. Medium-bodied with light tannins, tangy spice notes and citrus peel balanced by a touch of honey blossom, it’s amazing as an aperitif alongside a cheese board with nuts and apricots.

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5 reviews for Paleokerisio

I was very luck to have one of these bottles as a gift from a friend of mine who introduced me to natural wine, and I have to say that I was extremely happy and surprised with the quality of this lovely greek wine ?

Not great, tastes like a bland cider

Love this, so refreshing yet sweet. Crisp and fruity. Pleasant on its own or with food. Something special for sure.

(verified owner)

Too sweet for me, not that complex – possibly my palate isnt advanced enough for this one but is a bit sweet a bit bland

A bottle for the wine club: a delightful surprise, enjoyed greatly at the end of an evening. Yum I say!

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