This wine receives its name in obvious reference to the lands historically known as “Greater Greece” during the 8th century when many Greeks populated the lands of Sicily and Southern Italy. In the glass, this wine has a very deep, intense ruby red colour with purple reflections, and presents aromas of currenats, red berries, pepper and hints of violet.
In the mouth there is a predominance of structure a body, pleasantly soft initially then very complex with a remarkable freshness and natural sweetness. Dynamic and vibrant, showcasing elegance, refinement, smoothness, balance and velvety tannins. Ready to drink now or can be aged for a further 2-3 years.