P.G.I SLOPES OF AIGIALEIA
Tsigello is called the original grape expression of the Mavrodaphne variety. Here we meet it in its dry version, with a frisky violet colour and an intensively aromatic profile. Its aromas evolve in time and bring out notes of red fruits, laurel, vanilla and local greek herbs. It is a fresh non filtered wine whose well processed tannins occurred from a brief passage from hand-turned clay amphorae while its balanced structure comes from its passage from oak barrels.
The grapes come from one specific vineyard on the aigialeian slopes, on an altitude of 650m. These slopes are tilted and look towards the north. Their soil is mostly sand and clay on a geologic background of cohesive conglomerates with sand. Their yields are 60hl/ha.