Biblinos is produced from an unidentified red variety, originally found in the area of Pangeon. After years of research and DNA testing, it turns out to be an old variety that is nonidentical to any modern Greek or foreign grape. The wine is as fascinating as its story. The crushed grapes are gently pressed and their juice is drawn immediately and left to ferment without prior maceration. This unique rosé has a bright pomegranate colour. Try it now chilled at 10-12°C or drink later up to 3 years from the vintage.
NoseIt is a delightfully scented wine made from grapes picked by caring hands. It is delicately perfumed and offers flavours of red summer fruits, such as cherry and raspberry, and citrus.
PalateEver so well crafted, this is a fleshy dry rosé with great structure that strikes an excellent balance between sweetness and acidity. Its fruity character dominates until the end.
PairingsIt is a great accompaniment to oriental dishes, poultry with fruit sauce and all kinds of pies.