ROUVALIS WINERY - OENOFOROS Production S.A.

Selinous Aigio, 25100 Aigio
Greece
Telephone +30 26910 29415
Fax +30 26910 60380
info@rouvaliswinery.gr

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

Hall map

ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 17): stand B82

Fairground map

ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 17

Contact

THEODORA ROUVALI

General Manager/Winemaker

Phone
+30 6981556246

Email
throuvali@rouvaliswinery.gr

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.07  Greece
  • 01.01.07.09  Peloponnes
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.07  OTHER WINES
  • 01.07.03  Branded wines

Our products

Product category: Peloponnes, Branded wines

ASPROLITHI

Grape Variety
Roditis 100% (indigenous greek grape variety), P.D.O Patras
Vineyards
Slopes of Aigialia in northern Peloponnese. The main vineyards are found in the areas of Pyrgaki and Trapeza, at an altitude of 840metres above sea level, facing the Corinthian gulf. The soils are mainly sandy loam and sandy clay loam on a bedrock of cohesive conglomerates with sands. The yields are never above 90hl/ha.
Organoleptic Character
Fresh white wine with excellent mouth feel and a strong backbone of citrus aromas that are very typical of the Roditis variety and the terroir of  Aigialia. Certain minerality comes from the distinctive qualities of the region. An ideal wine to accompany the dishes of the Mediterranean cuisine. Best served at 10-12°C.

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Product category: Peloponnes, Branded wines

MITOS Malagousia

Grape Variety
Malagousia 100%, PGI Slopes of Aigialia
Vineyards
Slopes of Aigialia in the northern Peloponnese. Single vineyard cultivated at Salmenico at an altitude of 900 metres above sea level. The soil composition is sandy loam on a calcareous bedrock of cohesive conglomerates with sands. The yields are never above 60hl/ha.
Winemaking process
The grapes were harvested at the begin of September, after systematic control of their ripening, in small crates and they came immediately to our gravity- flow winery. The grapes were cooled down and stayed with the skins for 48 hours. A classic white vinification at controlled low temperatures in stainless steel tanks followed. Sur-lies aging for 3 months.
Organoleptic Character
A wine with brilliant straw colour with greenish shades. It is especially aromatic with exciting aromas of exotic fruits, pear, green apple, citrus, jasmine and mint. On the palate the rich flavours of lemon peel enhance the appealing mouthfeel, adding a well-balanced finish. Best served at 10-12°C.

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Product category: Peloponnes, Branded wines

MITOS Viognier/Roditis

Grape Varieties
Blending Viognier/Roditis (60-40%) , PGI Peloponnese
Vineyards
Slopes of Aigialia in northern Peloponnese. Both grape varieties are cultivated at Pyrgaki, on a plateau with slopes facing the Corinthian gulf, at an altitude of 840 metres above sea level. The soil composition is sandy loam with acidic pH on a bedrock of cohesive conglomerates with sands. The yields are never above 70hl/ha.
Winemaking process
The grapes were harvested at the end of September, after systematic control of their ripening, in small crates and they came immediately to our gravity- flow winery. A part of Viognier was cooled down and stayed with the skins for 12 hours and the other part was gently pressed with Roditis. Both followed a white vinification at controlled low temperatures in stainless steel tanks. Sur-lies aging for 4 months in the tank.
Organoleptic Character
Pale straw in colour with complex intensive aromas of fresh citrus fruits as well as herbal aromas on a nice mineral background which is very typical of the region. A well-balanced, rich and elegant wine with discreet notes of freshly baked bread and lager coming from the sur-lie ageing. Long finish coming in waves with an elegant and tapered mineral finish. Best served after decanting at 10-12°C.

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Product category: Peloponnes, Branded wines

MITOS Sauvignon Bl/ Assyrtiko

Grape Varieties
Blending Sauvignon Blanc - Assyrtiko (70-30%), PGI Slopes of Aigialia
Vineyards
Slopes of Aigialia in the northern Peloponnese. The vines are cultivated at  Dafnes and Korfes of Kalavryta at an altitude of 800-900 metres above sea level. The soil composition is sandy loam on a bedrock of cohesive conglomerates with sands. The yields are never above 60hl/ha.
Winemaking process
The grapes were harvested at the end of September, after systematic control of their ripening, in small crates and they came immediately to our gravity- flow winery. Sauvignon Blanc was cooled down and stayed with the skins for 18 hours and Assyrtiko for 4 hours. Both followed together a white vinification at controlled low temperatures in stainless steel tank. After the fermentation, the wine was aged sur-lies for 4 months.
Organoleptic Character
Pale straw in colour with intensive aromas of citrus fruits, asparagus, green pepper on a nice mineral background which is very typical of the region. A well-balanced and full-body wine with discreet notes coming from the sur-lie ageing and a nice mineral finish. Best served after decanting at 10-12°C.

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Product category: Peloponnes, Branded wines

TSIGELLO

Grape Variety
Mavrodaphne 100%  (dry red wine) , PGI Slopes of Aigialia 
Vineyards
Slopes of Aigialia in northern Peloponnese. Single vineyard cultivated at Paraskevi at an altitude of 800 metres above sea level. The soil composition is sandy loam on a calcareous bedrock of cohesive conglomerates with sands. The yields are never above 40hl/ha.
Winemaking process 
The grapes were harvested at the begin of September, after systematic control of their ripening, in small crates and they came immediately to our gravity- flow winery. The grapes were cooled down and stayed with the skins for 5 days. After, a classic red controlled fermentation and the malolactic fermentation followed in inox tanks. Finally, the wine passed for 4 months by French oak barrels of second use and handmade amphoras (70-30%) . 
Organoleptic Character
It is a unique and powerful mavrodaphne wine. The typical aromas are present with red berries and laurel aromas combined with pepper, rosemary, cinnamon, coffee and cocoa. It is a full-bodied wine with a strong structure and a long aftertaste.

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About us

Company details

Rouvalis Winery was founded in 1990 by Angelos Rouvalis, an oenologist and graduate of Bordeaux, who comes from a vine-growing family of Aigion. It was one of the pioneering establishments that contributed to the upgrading of the quality of the Greek wines in the 1990s.

In 1994 the prototype gravity-flow winery and the first experimental vineyard were established.

Today, 30 years since its foundation, the winery passes into the hands of a new generation headed by Theodora Rouvali, an oenologist with a MSc in Viticulture and professional experience in many vineyards (France, Chile, Spain, New Zealand) and Antonio Ruiz Pañego, a Spanish oenologist with lot of experience at some of the best Grand Cru of Burgundy.

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