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Robert Parker: Lovely, this seems elegant, impeccably balanced and distinguished. The flavor medley alternates between a touch of beef and lots of red fruits. It’s always serious and dry and just a touch understated. It’s a perfect food wine. Thanks, no doubt, to the late release, this is easily drinkable right now. The tannins are not hard, but they still provide a firm finish and offer good support for the fruit. This is nicely done, pure, fresh, and rather serious. It is a good value as well. It seems like the most successful of the producer’s Lexis offerings this report.
Category: Dry Red Wine.
Classification: Protected Geographical Indication Peloponnese (PGI)
Technical Information: Dry vinification of Mavrodaphne. Believing in the dynamics of the variety, the agronomist Elias Zacharias decided to create in 1999 the only Mavrodaphne vineyard, covering an area of 10 acres, in Leontio Village, Nemea Valley – Corinth.
Vineyards: 23 years old single estate vineyard.
Location: Selkia Vineyard, Leontio – Nemea, Corinth.
Harvest: End of September.
Vinification: Pre-fermentation maceration cryo-extraction of 7 days. Fermentation and skin contact for 20 days at 72-77 °F.
Ageing: 12 months in a 70/30 mixture of second use French oak and cement tank.
Residual Sugar: Less than 2gr/lit
Serving Temperature: 63-65 °F.
Alcohol: 13.9% Alc/Vol
Food Pairing: Rich lamb, goat, rabbit, venison dishes. sharp cheeses, sausages & peppers, oriental pasta and vegetables, pork with fruits and vegetables in clay pot, long cook.
Production: 333 9-liter cases
Available Sizes: 3.0Lt, 1.5Lt & 750m