Greek rose wines belong in an intermediate category between white and red wines. They come from the same grape varieties as red wines. But the difference in vinification is that the colour extraction takes just a few hours. The rose wines pair effortlessly with all dishes.
by Voyatzis Estate
Type: Dry Rosé, Protected Geographical Indication Velvendo.
Varieties: Xinomavro, Moschomavro, Tsapournakos.
Vinification: The juice is left in the pomace, then extracted and fermented at low temperature.
Description: Bright rosé color, spicy nose with red currant jelly and light earthy notes, some muscat and herbs. Dry on the palate, some bitter notes of dried herbs, red currant, dried cherries, integrated acidity and attractive finish.
by Zande Estate
Type: Dry Rose, Protected Geographical Indication Velvendo.
Varieties: Xinomavro and Limniosa.
Vinification: Rozalia comes from the rose vinification of Xinomavro and Limniona varieties. A pleasant nose of strawberries, cherries and rose petals come along with notes of sun dried tomato.
Description: Rozalia is the little black dress of pink wines. This wine is just as at home on the patio as it is in the dining room, Its fresh, crisp, dry style is a masterful match for almost any dish. Delicate to the mouth, it delivers fresh acidity that perfectly balances with the flavors of the palate.