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Region: Lemnos, Greece
Grape varieties: 100% Limnio
10 days of stainless steel maceration at 25°C, and fermented concurrently for 10 days naturally, with indigenous yeast, before spending 6 months in 5-year-old Greek oak barrels and bottled with some sulfites. Intriguing dried herbs and dry fruits on the nose, with evident metallicity, and a vibrant palate with high acidity, balanced by an oily and fruity texture.
Song: Show Me Everything by Tindersticks
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Manolis Garalis is a small grower on the volcanic island of Lemnos, working naturally with the ancient Limnio grape and with Muscat of Alexandria.
Manolis Garalis is a third-generation winegrower. With an ambition to see his high-quality organic grapes turned into first-class wine, he launched his own winery in 2006 and released his first wines in 2007. He cultivates Lemnos island’s Limnio and Muscat of Alexandria, organically (certified), in 5 hectares of sulphuric volcanic soil.
Limnio is the oldest referenced grape in the world, as mentioned by Aristotle, Homer, and other ancient Greek philosophers as “Limnia Ampelos”, and has been on the island for thousands of years. Muscat of Alexandria has become the main grape since the 1920’s when brought by Lemnian immigrants from Egypt.
Lemnos is a volcanic island, and Garalis’ approach is “hands-off” without any addition of yeasts or other additives, to express this unique terroir in its pure form.