Protected Designation of Origin Nemea, Dry Red wine. Bright, deep garnet, with intense viscosity. Ripe red fruit on the nose that illustrates the character of an age-worthy Agiorgitiko. Complex aromas of spices and herbs, coming from the long time spent in barrique, as well as in bottle. Dense and round on the palate. Velvety and graceful tannins, rich alcohol with noted acidity that provides balance. A long aftertaste, full of volume and flavors of chocolate, marmalade, toasted bread and cinnamon.
Protected Designation of Origin (Appellation) Mantinia, Dry White wine From a prime growing area in the heart of the Mantinia wine region, and from a single 25 year old vineyard at an altitude of 650m. Careful fermentation in vats and aging on fine lees for five months. Straw colored with golden hues. On the nose complex aromas of herbs, ripe dried fruit, such as papaya, mango and yuzu, and hints of green fruit. In the mouth the full body and crisp freshness dominate, supported by aromas of bergamot, citron and yuzu, with a very subtle sweet aftertaste.
Varietal, White dry wine From select vineyards in the high-caliber upland Aegialia wine region at an altitude of 900m, a blend of locally grown Chardonnay and Malagousia, whose extraordinary flavor makes it one of the most aromatic Greek cultivars. Bright straw color with greenish highlights. Intense on the nose, with aromas of green apple, ripe pear, bell pepper and fresh herbs. Full and balanced in the mouth thanks to its crisp acidity, with Chardonnays distinctive sense of oiliness. Rich on the palate with hints of green fruit and lemongrass, and a spicy finish.
Protected Designation of Origin Nemea, Dry Red Produced from Greeces noblest red grape variety, Agiorgitiko, in our hillside vineyards in Nemea. Matures for 12 months in French oak barrels. Bright, youthful, deep red color with notable viscosity. Intense on the nose, young, deep in aromas of dense spices, complex fruit and balanced oak. Full-bodied and smooth in the mouth, well balanced with a long aftertaste.
Protected Designation of Origin (Appellation) Mantinia, Dry White Produced from Moschofilero grown in vineyards at Zevgolatio in the Mantinia region, at an altitude of 650m. Slow fermentation at a steady temperature of 17-18°C. Bright, yellow-green color. Elegant floral aromas with lemon, citrus and rose petals, typical of the Moschofilerovariety. Rich and fruity on the palate, with a long aromatic aftertaste.
Protected Geographical Indication of Peloponnese, Dry Red A delicious blend of two fine varieties from Peloponnesian vineyards: the popular and versatile Agiorgitiko with plum and cherry aromas and the noble Syrah with its intense, spicy and blackberry character. Bright, youthful, dark ruby red in color. Intense on the nose, with ripe fruit, plums and cherries, chocolate and some spicy undertones. The palate is broad, with good body, medium but velvety tannins, moderate acidity and vibrant flavours of red fruit.
Protected Geographical Indication of Korinthia, Dry Rose Bright cherry-red color. Good intensity on the nose with aromas of ripe, sweet fruit, strawberry, cherry and milk chocolate. On the palate it displays just a hint of sweetness, a noted acidity which gives freshness and concentrated cherry flavor.
Protected Geographical Indication of Peloponnese, Dry White A fine blend of two highly aromatic varieties from Peloponnesian vineyards: the elegant Moschofilero with intense aromas of rose and lemon blossom and the popular Sauvignon Blanc with citrus and exotic fruits in the foreground. Light yellow-green color with grey highlights. Intense and ripe on the nose with distinctive aromas of lemon, melon and rose petals. Dry on the palate, well balanced with vibrant acidity, medium body and full of minerality.
Varietal, Dry Red wine Deep red color with purple hues. Dense and intense aromas of fresh forest fruits, strawberries and cherries. Silky and persistent mouthfeel, balanced acidity and rounded tannins, with long aftertaste.
Varietal, Dry White wine Light yellow-white, almost transparent color with green hues. Elegant aromas of rose petals, lemon blossom and citrus. Fruity driven, refreshing mouthfeel, balanced with medium acidity and subtle aftertaste.
A forward-looking winery, Semeli Estate is among the first to focus on the growing trend of wine tourism and the promotion of wine cultures time honored traditions. Travellers of all ages, students and oenophiles from around the globe visit the Semeli Estate to get a fascinating insight into the world of viticulture and winemaking. Our oenologists have designed for friends and visitors, three Wine Tasting Programmes by the name of #SEMELIWINEEXPERIENCE each with a promise of an inspired initiation into the world of wine.
THE ESTATE Founded in 1979, Semeli Estate is a leading Greek winery and one of the countrys most significant wine-related developments. With deep roots in time-honored traditions and our eyes on the future, we produce wines of exceptional quality offering consumers best value for money. The sunny Mediterranean climate and the extraordinary terroir, combined with the expert craftsmanship of our winemakers and the successful blending of indigenous and international varieties, result in wines of distinct character that have earned the respect of experts and captured the hearts of wine lovers worldwide. Having established a strong brand name in the Greek market, we look for new challenges and opportunities in the global arena. With 15% of our revenue coming from exports mainly to the USA and the UK, our growth is driven by three key factors: leveraging our excellent human resources, consistently boosting exports and building long term relationships with our customers by ensuring that our wines top their best buy lists.