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Dougos, Meth’ imon Acacia, 2011

Meth' imon Acacia


  • Grape Variety: Sauvignon Blanc, Assyrtiko
  • Drink: 2013 - 2015



Sarah Jane Evans MW

Tasting: Greek Assyrtiko

Creamy oak underpins the aromatics. Palate has a vivid, mouth-watering crunch and a lean finish. The oak has reduced the sweetness and added a fine texture to the wine. As a result Sauvignon Blanc does not dominate.

Nico Manessis

Tasting: Greek Assyrtiko

Lime and acacia florality on the nose. Spice on the oaky, accented, lemony finish.

Igor Sotric

Tasting: Greek Assyrtiko

This is a different expression and shows what a versatile varietal Assyrtiko is. Fennel, herbs and grass with an acacia influence. Seaweed, saltiness, green apples, citrus notes and papaya.


Wine name: Meth' imon Acacia
Wine classification:
Wine alcohol content: 12.5%
Wine colour: White
Wine vintage: 2011
Wine style: White, Medium bodied

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