Type:  Red, Dry
Category: Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) Atalanti 
Varieties: 100% Aglianico
Producer: Domaine Hatzimichalis
Region: Atalanti

Where does it come from?

Deep ruby red colour with purple hues. Well-structured, “warm” aromatic composition of sweet spices, cinnamon, cloves, truffle and vivid black fruit aromas. Strength, intensity, aromatic opulence and powerful tannins compound a multi-dimensional wine with warm and long finish.

The variety...

Oenologist Denis Dubourdieu has said “Aglianico (al-YAN-ik-oh) is probably the grape with the longest consumer history of all”. Aglianico- a variation of the word “Hellenico” -meaning Greek. An ancient Greek grape variety. Aglianico was originally accessed from Magna Grecia by Greek colonists. Throughout the last 25 years, this variety’s distinct qualities have been present at our vineyards in Atalanti Valley of Central Greece.

Discover the unique character of the grape by choosing one of Cinque’s wine tastings or enjoy it by the glass at wine bars in Athens.

The winery...

Dimitris Hatzimichalis is the founder and current managing director of Domaine Hatzimichalis. In 1973 he bought his first 9 hectares in Atalanti Valley which is located in Central Greece. Atalanti Valley sits between the cool breezes of Mount Parnassus and the Euboean Gulf of the Aegean Sea. Atalanti was home to a tradition of smaller-scale viticulture before Domaine Hatzimichalis, which was an important factor in Dimitris’ investment. Their terroir is surrounded by an ideal ecosystem for the growing of vines.

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