The grapes are sourced from the viticultural zone of Agios Panteleimon within the Amyndeon appellation in Florina, Northwestern Greece. The high altitude (600m) and the poor sandy soils of the area lead to the production of wines displaying finesse and a rare aromatic character. The four surrounding lakes that act as a buffer zone create perfect weather conditions for the cultivation of Xinomavro, more temperate than expected in this continental climate.
The grapes selected for Paranga are suitable for the production of sparkling wine, taking into account factors such as alcohol potential and acidity.
A vivid mousse composed of small-sized bubbles enhances the aromatic intensity of the wine and creates a vibrant mouthfeel. Aromas of apricot and peach from the Chardonnay, combined with floral notes coming from the Xinomavro make up a complex aromatic character, balanced by the wine’s freshness and highlighted by its lingering finish.
Excellent match to finger food served at a party, it can also be enjoyed on its own, as an aperitif or dessert