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    *4W* 2022 Domaine Nerantzi Malagousia (Macedonia, GR)


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    *4W* 2022 Domaine Nerantzi Malagousia (Macedonia, GR)

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    The 2022 Domaine Neranzti Assyrtiko is a brilliant expression of the Assyrtiko grape, celebrated for its vibrant acidity and distinctive mineral character. This exceptional Assyrtiko is crafted with meticulous care by Domaine Neranzti's skilled winemakers. The grapes are sourced from old vines, carefully selected for their quality and ripeness. The vineyards, nestled on the sun-drenched slopes of Greece, benefit from the perfect combination of mineral-rich soil and a Mediterranean climate that imparts unique character to the grapes.

    This wine offers a tantalizing bouquet of citrus blossoms, ripe lemon, and green apple, enticing your senses with its refreshing aroma. On the palate, you'll discover a harmonious balance of zesty acidity, sea salt minerality, and a hint of salinity, reminiscent of the coastal breezes that sweep across the Aegean Sea. The finish is crisp, clean, and invigorating, leaving you with a lasting impression of the Greek Isles.

    About The Varietal


    Malagousia is an aromatic white grape variety primarily cultivated in Central Greece. It is renowned for its distinct citrus and peach notes, with occasional hints of melon flavors on the palate. Malagousia is often utilized as a blending component, contributing mid-palate body and weight to the final wine blend.