SAUVIGNON BLANC VLASSIDES

This renowned white international variety originates from Bordeaux, France.

The grapes used for Vlassides Sauvignon blanc grow at the winery’s vineyards in Koloni and Karamanos areas, at Kilani, at an altitude of 700 up to 900 meters.

The wine has the variety’s characteristic yellowy green colour and a fruity character with a lemony aftertaste.

As a rule, the wine is made in August and bottled in few months later.

Best served chilled and fresh at 10°C to 12°C.

Award

Year of Harvest

Gold Medal


12th International Cyprus Wine Competition 2019

2018


Silver Medal


9th International Cyprus Wine Competition 2016

2015


Silver Medal


7th International Cyprus Wine Competition 2012

2011


Sauvignon blanc Vlassides

Varieties:

100% Sauvignon blanc

Soil Composition:

Calcareous
50% Sand
50% Clay

Vinification:

The harvest takes place in August. Before the alcoholic fermentation, the marc and the juice remain together in the tank at 8°C for 6 hours, aiming at extracting the primary flavor of Sauvignon blanc. At the end of fermentation, the wine is allowed to remain in its lees for 3 to 6 months before bottling. Bottling takes place just before Christmas.

Production Year

2021

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Organoleptic Characteristics:

A distinctive yellow-green colour which is characteristic of the variety, with explosive aromas, a fruity character and a lemon fruit aftertaste.

Harvest Information 2021:

Ethanol: 12,8% Vol
pH: 3,19
Total
Acidity (H2SO4):
4,16 g/l
Reducing Sugars: 1,9 g/l
Rainfall:
October until July
546,5 mm
Harvest
Temperatures (Μ.Α.)

Lowest:
Highest:
 
 
19,4°C – (8/2021)
34,7°C – (8/2021)

2021 Harvest:

2021