This Mediterra Winery Silenus Kappa Sigma Crete 2010 wine pours a deep ruby red, with an opulent aroma of red forest fruits and gooseberry. In the mouth it is and expressive blend that reveals its cherry, cassis, liquorice and cinnamon together with earthy tones coming out of the dryness. Its fruit flavours lead to a long, pure aromatic finish with fine tannins leaving a slight dry burn on the tongue.
In summary, this Mediterra Winery Silenus Kappa Sigma Crete 2010 has a delicious taste, easygoing and lively, reflecting the climate and temperament of the region.
Crete is the most southerly point of Greece and the largest and most populated of the Greek Islands and has a long history spanning 5000 years of agriculture, with viticulture gaining greater prominence as the seafaring and exporting abilities in the region grew.
Crete’s mountainous topography shelters the north of the island from the hot winds blowing from Africa. Hence most vineyards tend to be located on the northern side of the island, protected by the natural mountain ranges running down the centre of the island.
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