Maybe someone thought that known around the world white variety Sauvignon Blanc would find the climate of Greece too hot to thrive. The Sauvignon Blanc, however, not only perfectly acclimated to it, but is also the basic range behind the most dry white wines with good sales of the country. This fact should not be surprising, since in Greece the Sauvignon Blanc generously offers them for which they are famous worldwide: the aroma, freshness, and incomparably crisp character.
Planted in the colder parts of the vineyards of northern and central Greece and the Peloponnese, Sauvignon Blanc exploit all means of modern winemaking, used by wineries to maintain or enhance the aroma and the nerve of the variety. The prior to fermentation extractions, fermentation at low temperatures and selected yeasts are used extensively in order to magnify the unique character that gives the Greek Sauvignon Blanc vineyards in. Thus, the typical aromas of lime, grapefruit and green raspberry-located here in mature form, filled with hints of melon and unripe fruit whitefish.
As for the mouth of wines from Sauvignon Blanc Greek remains crisp, light and refreshing, without aggressive. Whether alone or as a dominant component of white blends, Sauvignon Blanc the Greek wins wine lovers from the first sip. With the immediacy and playful nature, is a favorite of young and every age consumer.
At Domaine ZACHARIOUDAKIS has combined with Vidiano, bottled fresh and represents the most refreshing and highly fragrant proposal of all the wines of its kind in Crete.