Location: Grevena in Northwestern Makedonia
Soil: Deep clay, with a good structure and neutral pH
Climate: Continental, moderated by the mountainous ranges, with adequate humidity
Grape varieties: 100% the indigenous variety Moschomavro
Viticultural techniques: Integrated viticulture. Vines in “double Royat”. The soil is enriched with the grape marc compost.
Harvest: Beginning of October. Manual harvest.
Classification: Protected Geographical Indication Makedonikos
Vinification techniques: Fermentation in stainless steel at 23-24 oC following 2 days cold maceration.
Winemaker’s notes: A red wine with a vivid crimson colour; its impressive aroma reveals cherry jam and red fruits of the forest, leading to a playful palate bursting with fresh fruits.
Serving suggestions: Enjoy it as a refreshing summer sipping wine or pair it with light lunches – such as ham and other cold cuts, or chicken salad – as well as with sweet and sour flavours.
Serving temperature: Serve chilled at 13-15 oC
The Tsantali family is among the oldest wine families in Greece. This remarkable story of 125-years captures significant milestones of the Greek history and cherishes the will power of the human spirit. Through an adventurous route starting with the migration from homeland in early 20th century and the relocation in Serres and later on in Thessaloniki, today the Tsantali family carries on the family heritage rendering TSANTALI the major ambassador of Wines and Distillates from Greece around the globe.