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Lyrarakis Aggelis LIATIKO Red, Crete 2019

Lyrarakis Aggelis LIATIKO Red, Crete
Category: Wine > Red Wine
Alcohol: 14.0%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Origin: Greece > Crete
Body: c - Medium
Maturity: Drink now, but will keep
Grapes: Liatiko
Retail: £18.99
Stock: In Stock
Martinez Ref: GREECR004

Tasting Note

The “Aggelis” vineyard, planted on native rootstock of the Liatiko grape, highlights the authenticity and wealth of eastern Crete. The low yields lead to small grapes, of exceptionally high berry density, which are then vinified, almost uncrushed, in small vats. Respect to natural micro-flora that defines fermentations, results in a rare wine, characterised by a self-sufficient flavour and aromatic fullness.