The Wine Art Estate vineyards at Mikrochori overlook Mount Pangaion, in antiquity home of the cult of Dionysus and the Orphic mysteries. The vineyards were planted on carefully chosen south-facing slopes, well protected against late frosts. The soil is mainly sandy-clay, suitable for the cultivation of the Greek and foreign varieties planted and ideal for the development of their characteristics.

Tasting Note  

This wine has a deep purplish colour. 
Complex, beautifully open bouquet of cherries and plums, with notes of pepper and vanilla. In the mouth it is rich, mature, fleshy, well structured, with beautifully softened tannins. A delightful wine of real character, which can be consumed fresh or aged for several years.

Food Pairing

Serve at 16-18°C.
Enjoy with strongly flavoured dishes, such as game, red meats, poultry in spicy sauces. 
Responds well to further ageing.

Awards And Accolades   

91pts Robert Parker

Gold Medal, AWC Vienna 2013


Techni Alipias Red

$347.40 / cs

12 x 750ml

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Grape Variety
Aghiorghitiko 80%, Cabernet Sauvignon 20%
Estate Production
The Cabernet Sauvignon, and Agiorgitiko grapes that take part in the wine's varietal composition are vinified separately, by the classic red vinification method.
Barrel Aging/Type
After alcoholic and malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged for at least 12 months in French oak barrels.
Production Quantity

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