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Dry White Wine Protected Geographical Indication Wine Peloponnese. Alcohol Content: 13% vol. This fruity and refreshing wine is made from the regional grape variety "Roditis", grown on the vineyards located in Myrtia and Spathovouni. The special character of this wine is due to its complex aromas, including banana, pear, pineapple and lemon blossoms. The full-bodied flavour, elegant acidity and strong ageing potential are only a few of its qualities. Serve at a temperature of 8-12°C and combine it with fresh seafood, chicken and turkey, cooked in light-coloured sauces, and pasta served with white sauces.
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Product History
Most of the Greek white grape varieties have roots that are lost in the mists of time. They give us wines that are easily identified by the distinctive elegant aromas of citrus blossoms and ripe yellow fruit, such as lemon, lime or Peach and yellow apple. The level of fruitiness that you taste in a wine leads to very different growing regions.
Meet the producer: Palivou Estate
Palivou Estate

George Palivos, the founder of the Palivou Estate, is a warm, active, restless, persistent and courageous man. Motivated by his love for the vineyard, and the local variety of Nemea, Agiorgitiko, he created a contemporary winery in 2005. Since then, George Palivos has been personally taking care of the privately-owned vineyards, covering an area of 300 acres. He supervises and observes the fields, studies and experiments, constantly improving the quality of his products through a comprehensive management system.

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Visit the region: Nemea

Nemea is a small town in the Prefecture of Korinthia and the seat of the municipality of Nemea, Peloponnese. In the old days, the area was better known as Agios Georgios and in ancient times it was called Fliasion Field after the ancient city of Fliounta (Flius). The region has always been famous for its excellent wine. The town’s name, Nemea, first appeared in 1840, when the municipality of Nemea was established, and became permanent after WWII.The region of Nemea is characterized by its large number of vineyards and the production of wine. A small plain traversed by the river Asopos with low hills, where the grape variety of Agiorgitiko, which produces superb ruby red wines, is cultivated. "Nemea" is named after the Nymph bearing the same name, daughter of the river – Asopos. The region has been inhabited since prehistoric times and is considered to be, one of the most religious places in Greece; it has been a centre of religious and athletic events of the wider Greek territory since antiquity. The sanctuaries of Zeus, Ivis, Dimitra and Persephone, the ancient stadium with a capacity of 40.000 seats, the Mycenaean tombs are the most important sights of the region.

The first finds corroborating human habitation in the area date back to 1500 BC and were revealed on Tsoungiza Hill, in the Valley of Nemea. In the 10th century BC, the city of Fliounta was established 3km away from the present-day town of Nemea. Archaeologists believe that Fliounta is ancient Nemea which rose to prominence in the 6th century BC. As archaeological finds indicate, in 576 BC, there were a sanctuary dedicated to Zeus, a hostel, a complex of public baths, and a stadium where the Nemean Games (est. 573 BC ), alternating with the Isthmian Games, would take place every 2 years in honor of Opheltes and, later, of Zeus.

During Byzantine times, Nemea received numerous attacks by Slavs and Bulgarians but its inhabitants were successful in forestalling its attackers from proceeding any farther. In subsequent years, the town found itself first under Latin rule and then under Turkish rule. During the 1821 War of Independence, many were the inhabitants of Nemea who took part in it with Daniel Pamboukis as their leader. The area was liberated in 1822 when the last Turkish troops retreated from Nemea. On April 26, 1941, the area found itself under Italian Occupation. During the subsequent Nazi occupation, a number of groups of freedom fighters were formed to fight against the oppressors.

Today, the region of Nemea is the largest winegrowing terroir of Greece, with numerous vineyards whose winemakers produce the celebrated wines of Nemea. These wines’ good name and excellence are protected by an Appellation of Origin of Superior Quality (OPAP) Nemea label. The verdant vineyards in the area of Nemea area, a small, hilly valley traversed by Asopos River, continue to yield their grand red wines as they have done since ancient times.

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«Anemos» Regional white wine of Peloponnese "Palivou Estate" 750ml

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Product code: 000544 Gross Weight 1.3kg
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A delicious red wine with the richest red fruit aroma!
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