Monemvasia Winery G. Tsimpidis and Ltd.

Velies Monemvasias, 23070 Monemvasia - Lakonia
Greece
Telephone +30 27320 53096
Fax +30 27320 53119
info@malvasiawines.gr

This company is co-exhibitor of
Enterprise Greece S.A.

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 17): stand C82

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Elli Tsimpidis

Phone
2732053096

Email
info@malvasiawines.gr

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Product category: Greece

Kydonitsa

Dry White Wine. Protected Geographical Indication Laconia. Grape varietiy: Κydonitsa, wich is a rare, old local variety, one of the components of the legendary wine of Malvasia. Its main characteristics are the unique aromatic potential of fruits and the excellent acidity. The wine is endowed with a dry, pleasant and refreshing character, as well as a discreet delicate fruity aromatic bouquet. Vibrant yellow-green, nose and taste of tropical fruits and quince, pleasant palate, excellent balance, crisp, fairly long finish. Best food matching: seafood, white sauced dishes, white meat and cheeses. Serving temperature: 9° -11° C.

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Asyrtiko

Dry White Wine. Protected Geographical Indication Laconia. Asyrtiko is one of the finest varieties wich is vinified to reveal a wine of severe presence, refreshing of intense fruity aromatic character, as well as a rich, fruity and balanced taste with pleasant acidity. Vibrant yellow-green colour, aromas of fresh fruits, pleasant tones of citrus, freshness fairly long finish. Best food matching: seafood, grilled fish, smoked meat and cheeses. Serving temperature: 9° -11° C.

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Asproudi

Dry White Wine. Protected Geographical Indication Peloponnese. Asproudi is a very old aromatic variety, a component of the legendary wine of Malvasia. The grapes come from our vineyards located in the slopes of Velies. It imparts to the wine a white-yellow colour, floral aroma, as well as discreet and balanced taste. Pear, apricot, citrus nose, excellent balance, crisp, fairly long finish. Best food matching: seafood, white sauced dishe, white meat, salads. Serving temperature: 9° -11° C.

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N / A

Dry White Wine Protected Geographical Indication Laconia In South East of Peloponnese, in Monemvasia, was created this white wine from the exceptional old local homonymus variety Monemvasia wich was primarily chosen for the composition of the legendary wine of Malvasia, firstly produced in our territory. Now it is vinified to reveal a wine of white-yellow colour with floral and fruity aromas with a rich balanced taste in the palate. Fermented in stainless steel at low temperature scented with the microclimate and its history and concentrates the special characteristics of its place of origin. White - yellow colour, pear, apricot, flowers, citrus nose, excellent balance, crispy, fairly long finish. Best food matching: dishes with white sauces, sea food, cheeses, salads and traditional greek dishes in lemon sauce. Serving temperature: 9°-11° C.

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''300'' White

Dry White Wine. Protected Geographical Indication Laconia. Grape varieties: Kidonitsa - Asyrtiko. The combination of the varieties Kidonitsa and Asyrtiko gives the wine a sense of fruity aroma, severe presence and pleasant acidity. Tasting notes: vibrant yellow-green, nose and taste of tropical fruits and quince, pleasant palate, excellent balance, crisp, fairly long finish. Best food matching: seafood, white sauced dishes, white meat, spicy cheeses. Serving temperature: 9° -11° C.

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"300" red

Regional Dry Red Wine of Laconia. Grape varieties: Agiorgitiko - Mavroudi. The wine is rich in body, with good acidity and great aromas. The storage in new oak barrels for 24 months gives the wine the aroma of vanilla and a discreet fragrance of wood. The “300” wine is richly structured and loaded with complex flavour reminiscent of dark-red fruits such as blackberries and black cherries. It leaves in the palate a rich, round, opulent feel. The dark fruit character intermingled with the subtle oak notes in the long finish. Best food matching: the “300” wine will complement a wide variety of foods from game dishes to hearty stews, lamb with vegetables and red meats. Serving temperature: 16° -18° C.

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Laloudi white

Dry White Wine. Protected Geographical Indication Peloponnese. Grape variety: Moschofilero. wich is a variety distinguished for its high acidity, aroma of roses and good structure. Laloudi means flower in Greek. We picked Moschofilero in order to create a unique, full-bodied, refreshing and pleasant wine. Vibrant yellow-green colour, rose, pear, citrus nose, crispy, fairly long finish. Serving temperature: 9° -11° C. Best food matching: seafood, white sauced dishes. and cheeses.

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Laloudi red

Regional Dry Red Wine of Peloponnese. Laloudi red comes from Agiorgitiko whose basic characteristics are the high alcohol content, the deep ruby color, the good ripe tannins and the fruity, smoke nose. Its storage for 12 months in new oak barrels gives the wine a butter caramel taste and a discreet wood fragrance. Tasting notes: Deep ruby color, flowers, red fruits, butter caramel, smoky-oak flavors, soft tannins, excellent balance, luxurious finish. Best food matching: meat, red sauced dishes, cheeses. Serve at: 9 - 11°C.

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Monemvasios

Regional Dry Red Wine of Monemvasia. Grape varieties: Agiorgitiko - Mavroudi. Agiorgitiko features a high alcohol content, good acidity, rich colour, good ripe tannins. It reveals some red fruits such as cherry and gooseberry. Mavroudi enhances impressively the fruity aroma of Agiorgitiko by giving an intense sense of freshness. Its storage in oak barrels for 12 months gives the wine the aroma of vanilla and a discreet wood fragrance. Deep ruby color, velvety texture, cherry, gooseberry, mocha, coffee, vanilla and nutty-oak flavors, round, balanced character, good ripe tannins, long finish. Serving temperature: 16° -18° C. Best food matching: red grilled meat, red sauced dishes, cheeses.

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Mura Rossa

Dry Red Wine. Protected Geographical Indication Peloponnese. Grape variety: Limiona. Selected grapes destemed, crushed and inoculated by selected strains of dry active yeast. Color extraction at 28° C. After the malolactic fermentation the wine is aged for 24 months in new oak barrels. The wine derived from the particular area is rich in body with good acidity and great aromas of blackberry, mocca and cherry. Dark ruby colour, excellent and complex structure. Best food matching: grilled meat, white or red sauced dishes, game, cheeses and traditional greek dishes. Serving temperature: 16° -18° C.

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Monemvasia - Malvasia 2012

Sweet White Wine derived from sun-dried grapes. Protected Designation of Origin. Grape varieties: Monemvasia - Kydonitsa - Asyrtiko - Asproudi. A charming wine from sun dried grapes with orange and golden hues, which over time result in auburn brick red and amber hues. Intense aroma, complex flavour & hints of exotic spices. Rich round and velvety body, sweet taste of honey, raisins and dried fruits which masterfully balance the acidity of this exceptional wine of the four varieties. The aftertaste is very enjoyable and long lasting.... as its exciting story! Serving temperature: 7° - 9° C. Best Food Matching: Sweets with cocoa and chocolate, spicy distinctive cheeses, dried fruits, sweets with syrup, creme caramel, nuts and sweets with lemon & honey . The famous medieval wine lost through time was triumphantly reborn in its birthplace, Monemvasia, and it has been already crowned with a total of 15 Gold Medals, among them a Regional Trophy Gold Medal in Decanter Wine Awards 2014, a Double Gold Medal in New York FLIWC 2014, a Grant Trophy Medal as the best Balkan’s Wine of the year 2014! (BIWC), a Gold Medal in Berliner Wein Trophy 2014, a Gold Medal in Bordeaux “les Citadelles du Vin” 2015, a Regional Trophy Gold in Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2015, Grand Gold in Thessaloniki 2016, a Gold in Vinalies 2016 in Paris, a Gold in Germany in 2016 in Selections das Genussmagazin Wine Competition and 92 points in 2016 by Robert Parker. For the year 2017, Gold in Berliner Wein Trophy, Silver
in Brussels, Grand Trophy in Sofia BIWC, Silver in Mundus Vini, Gold in Thessaloniki IWC, Gold in Decanter, Gold in ASIA BERLINER WEIN TROPHY, 90/100 in 100% BLIND TASTED and Gold in Vinalies Paris.

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Monemvasia Winery was founded in 20 September 1997 in Velies, a part of the municipality of Monemvasia in the district of Laconia. Monemvasia was famous from ancient times not only for its privileged location and its well known fortress-castle “Castro” but also for its reputed Malvasia wine produced in the wider area of Monemvasia from which it acquired its name, (Malvasia as the Francs used to call Monemvasia). From the 12th century and for five hundred years, Malvasia wine dominated the Eastern and Western markets; never before was a wine so famous for so long. Monemvasia Winery persistently and consistently has undertaken a study of the features of the local grape varieties for twelve years, an adventurous marathon with many battles on the way. It has been involved in the creation of experimental vineyards and experimental vinification with the Wine Institute. It has conducted international scientific symposiums on the wine of Monemvasia - Malvasia. Finally, on 23 July 2010 the issue of 1125 of the official Government Gazette was published where the wines Monemvasia - Malvasia were recognized as protected designation of origin for sweet white wine from sundried grapes and wine liqueur from sundried grapes as well. From this research and experimental vineyards, Monemvasia Winery, having the raw material (grapes), produced experimentally sundried sweet wine Monemvasia - Malvasia with exceptional results. On the 2013 Monemvasia Winery has bottled the Monemvasia - Malvasia (2010) for the first time! Building on this unique tradition, Monemvasia Winery, with knowledge and respect for the history of its region, produces quality bottled wines traded under the names of: AKRA MOREA, KASTROPOLITIA, MALEATIS, LALOUDI, FILERI, MONEMVASIOS, “300” AKRA MINOA, ASYRTIKO, KYDONITSA, ASPROUDI, ANTHOSMIAS, MURA ROSSA, N/A (NOTIOANATOLIKA), Monemvasia - Malvasia. To date, the products of Monemvasia Winery have been awarded with more than 200 Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in international wine competitions and the winery received the first prize as the best new company in the Peloponnese. ... Monemvasia, precious not only due to the fortification of its site but also because of the superb wine produced in its vicinity, known to all of Europe under the name of Wine of Malvasia.... (K. Paparrigopoulos, History of the Hellenic Nation, ed1926, page 246). Malvasia wine was know high and wide throughout Europe; referred to as Malvoisie in France, Malvasia in Italy and beyond and Malmsey in England. Shakespeare mentions the wine in King Richard III, where the Duke of Clarence, brother of King Edward the IV, is brutally murdered. In Act I scene IV he is murdered in the Tower when his slayer says: I’ll drown you in the Malmsey-butt within .

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