Sideritis

Sideritis is a rare pink-skinned grape variety grown in Peloponnese, strongly associated with the vineyards of Patras. Beyond white wines, Sideritis also gives rosé wines, because of its pink skin. Typical expressions are light-bodied, fresh and easy to drink, with relatively low alcohol and nice crispy acidity. They have a fragrant and broad aromatic character with dominant aromas of fruits and flowers complemented with mineral and spicy notes. The light and refreshing character of the wines made from Sideritis matches perfectly with salads, cold starters and many light lemony Mediterranean dishes.