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«The joys and the product diversity of Mediterranean Diet and way of life» Athens, October 7 & 8, 2013
Ktima Gerovassiliou Epanomi - Thessaloniki - Greece www.gerovassiliou.gr
In 1981Vangelis Gerovassiliou begins reviving 2,5 ha paternal ground
The private vineyard of 56 ha surrounds the ultra modern winery.
Primarily Greek but also international grape varietals thrive in an ideal microclimate, in the slopes of Epanomi, in Northern Greece
Ktima Gerovassiliou Malagousia current label 1st label 1st label
“….There is an initial fragrance of spring blossom but it’s more complex than that first impression, with mineral and just slightly smoky citrus and apricot notes on the palate, even the tiniest hint of spice and pepper. After such refined perfume, the restrained power the palate might come as a bit of surprise - there’s noticeable weight and density and length, even though it’s just 12,5%, especially if you don’t over-chill it. Here’s a wine with lovely multidimensional which is terrific with or without food.” Julia Harding MW, Wines of the week, March 4 2008, JancisRobinson.com “..Gerovassiliou’sMalagousia, with its silky feel and honeyed richness, has started a craze for the variety. Gerovassiliou’s wine remains the benchmark…” Tara Q. Thomas, Wine & Spirits magazine August 2007, Great Greek Grapes “… The 2010 DomaineGerovassiliouMalagousia begins with a really beautiful bouquet of pear, peach, citrus, a little mango and some floral notes. This wine has a very inviting aroma. Tasting the wine reveals a smooth silky texture and delicious, rich and juicy fruit featuring melon, orange zest and other citrus flavors. Good acidity and minerality help to make this a very food friendly wine. A really delicious Viognier-like white wine.” The Reverse Wine Snob, September 21, 2012 “…Nearly alone in rescuing the Malagousia grape from oblivion in Greece. Gerovassiliou proves its worth in this peppery, citrousy pear-and herb-scented wine.” Greece on Food & Wine Guide 2008
Decanter World Wine Awards 2012, London Malagousia 2011: Silver Medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2011, London Malagousia 2010: Gold Medal Berliner Wein Trophy, Berlin Malagousia 2011: Gold Medal Mundus Vini Great International Wine Award, Germany Malagousia 2012: Silver Medal International Wine Competition of Thessaloniki 2011, Greece Malagousia 2010: Gold Medal Malagousia 2010: Special award to the white wine with the highest mark, derived from a vineyard certified by Sustainable Practices International Wine Competition of Thessaloniki 2012, Greece Malagousia 2011: Gold Medal Malagousia 2011: Special Distinction for the white wine with the highest marks produced exclusively from Greek varieties Malagousia 2011: Special Distinction for the wine with the highest marks produced from vineyards that follow Integrated Management System
D. Savopoulos A. Liakos I.Kazazis A. Kafetzopoulos lectures at the estate
theatrical performances Body theatre, SWMAWS Blitz Γαλαξίας, Blitz Sinequanon Supporting
concerts & cultural events M. Mitsias N. Christianopoulos & Tsitsanis company N. Papazoglou, D. Savopoulos