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Douloufakis, Vidiano Dafnios, Crete 2014


About the Wine:

Pale gold hue color. Round, firm, fruity flavor balanced with clean acidity and a crisp finish.


About the Producer:

Their second winery from Crete is widely recognized in Greece for its excellence in traditional winemaking but with a focus on the future. In 1930, Dimitris Douloufakis became one of the first winemakers in Crete to produce wines professionally in his traditional, old winery. A consistent award winner, Dimitris’s grandson, Nikolas, now runs the winery carrying on his grandfather’s traditional practices but with more modern equipment and facilities.


The privately owned vineyards are certified 100% organic and span over 70 acres of hillside land in Dafnes, a village close to Iraklio in Crete. This region has a long history in viticulture and has been established as a Protected Designation of Origin for Liatiko wines. In addition to the natural choice of Liatiko, Nikolas grows other Cretan indigenous varieties such as Kotsifali, Vilana, Vidiano, along with other international varieties such as Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay.



Varietal Composition: 100% Vidiano
Classification: PGI Crete
Vinification: Pre-fermentation skin contact, controlled vinification temp of 17˚C
Alcohol%: 13.4%
pH: 3.16
Total Acidity: 5.5 gr/l