Pale yellow colour, fresh citrus, floral aromas and Cretan herbs like thyme and oregano. Fresh with high, crisp acidity. three months lees ageing provides more depth and complexity to the texture, leading to a long finish with some notes of minerality.
The grape variety called Assyrtiko is one of the most popular white grape varieties in Greece. It hails from the
Cyclades island of Santorini. Over the past 25 years, Assyrtiko has increasingly been planted on the Greek mainland and now in the South, in Crete. Assyrtiko is one of these grape varieties that can grow on hot and dry climatic conditions, so the island of Crete fulfills the requirements.
The love and passion of Diamantakis family for high quality wine, their long tradition in viticulture and the 70 acres of private owned land, was the motivation to create a small winery in the area. The grape varieties cultivated are Greek, local and international. During the spring 2010, other 25 acres of land are planted and arranged in terraces.