Fegites

Fegitis: the small window. Three Greek skylight architectural designs adorn this series of wines. The mouth of the bottle is likened to a small skylight through which fragrances and flavors emerge as wine passes into the glass.

White

Category

Protected geographical indication ‘Macedonia’

 

Variety Composition

Sauvignon Blanc 50% / Asyrtiko 50%

 

Wine Making

Varieties are harvested within a 20-25 day period from one another. Sauvignon Blanc is harvested first, with Asyrtiko, this highly acid and explosive variety, following. After removing all damaged grapes or foreign materials at the grape selection belt, each variety goes through a cold soak process at 2°C for approximately 36 hours, followed by the alcoholic fermentation process at a controlled temperature of 14°C. The wine remains on its fine less in the wine-making vats for about 2-3 months, to get a richer mouth feel, enhancing the aftertaste duration and the natural aromas of the varieties.

 

Wine Characteristics

A bright, crystal-clear color with soft golden reflections. Intense and complex nose with tropical and citrus fruit scents. Balanced and full mouth, with a pleasant aromatic duration that captures the nose.

 

Serving Recommendations

The aromatic richness and freshness of this wine is best developed at 8-10°C.

Enjoy this wine coupled with rich risottos, fat fish, turkey stuffed with resins, pork with celery and mature creamy cheese.

Rosé

Category

Protected geographical indication ‘Drama’

 

Variety Composition

Grenache Rouge 85% / Cabernet Sauvignon 15%

 

Wine Making

Grenache Rouge is a variety with medium acidity, but excellent fruity taste and aromatic intensity. Grapes are harvested in early September because this variety loves heat and can tolerate dry weather, with Cabernet Sauvignon, this dynamic variety, following suit. After the grape selection belt, grapes are channeled into vats and go through a cold soak process at 2°C for 18 hours. Then the saignée method is applied to the wine production process and alcoholic fermentation takes place at a stable and controlled temperature of 14°C.

 

Wine Characteristics

Fegites Rosé is a spicy and different rosé wine, which stands out amongst most wines belonging to this category. With a light salmon pink color and purple reflections, it has a nose of intense rose aromas with wild flower notes, a mouth with fine acidity and an aftertaste of white-fleshed peach. Fegites Rosé Label will certainly satisfy wine lovers and give them the opportunity to taste an original and very special wine. Its blend and style stirs the interest and awakens the senses, promising many new and interesting wine experiences.

 

Serving Recommendations

Served at 8-10°C. Pairs well with red sauce pasta, charcoal-grilled fish and poultry.

Red

Category

Protected geographical indication ‘Drama’

 

Variety Composition

Cabernet Sauvignon 65% / Merlot 30% / Cabernet Franc 5%

 

Wine Making

Harvesting begins at dawn, when grapes are in the best and most dynamic condition and have not yet been affected by the heat of the sun. This retains the aromatic and phenolic elements of each variety. Then the typical red wine making process takes place under controlled temperature. Following the procedure into French oak barrels and remains there for 12 months. Then the wine is bottled and left to mature for another 12 months.

 

Wine Characteristics

A gleaming purple red color with violet reflections. Nose of fresh red and black fruit aromas with discrete mineral notes.

Fully bodied and balanced wine with silky tannins. Long, velvety aftertaste with powerful dried plum and vanilla flavors. Taste, which is equally robust and well structured. Pay attention to the tannins and the fine way they are blended in.

 

Serving Recommendations

Ideal serving temperature at 17-18°C. Best accompanied by meat cooked with spicy sauces, game and yellow cheese.

A wine with a long ageing potential.

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