The Malagosiá grape is one of the oldest in Greece and has been almost forgotten by people. It was planted at the Greek Wine Research Institute in the early 1970s and rediscovered by Greek winemakers (mainly in Northern Greece) in the early 1990s.
In this white wine, the Malagasiá grapes show the best: a bouquet of wonderful spring flowers and vanilla aromas. The aroma of sour fruits and limes round off the taste. For a Malagousiá, its length is amazing, so it’s the best way to discover this particular grape variety.