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Domain Evharis "Assyrtiko Agrio" White Dry Wine 750ml

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  1. A golden hue with a refined bouquet of grapefruit and exotic fruit combination.
  2. Full body and rich, lingering aftertaste.
  3. 100% Assyrtiko Variety.
  4. Enjoy with sea food, roasted fishes, pasta and white cheese.
  5. Perfect to offer as a gift.

Taste :


A golden hue with a refined bouquet of grapefruit and exotic fruit combination, unctuous, with a full body and rich, lingering aftertaste.


Technical characteristics :


The grapes are handpicked and brought to the winery in small plastic crates. Following careful sorting of the grapes, they are fed into the destemmer where the stems are separated from the grapes. After this they are fed into state-of-the-art pneumatic press where they are gently pressed at low pressures. This is followed by debourbage and then after 12 hours the must, which has cleared naturally, is collected. No pumps are used during processing of the grapes. Alcohol fermentation takes place in double-walled, stainless steel tanks at a fully controlled temperature of 20°C. The wine matures with his muds for around 8 months. It follows cooled, filtered and bottled on site at Domaine Evharis.



Colour : White

Type : Dry

VDQS : Protected geographical indication Gerania

Variety : Assyrtiko 100%

Vinification / ageing : Spontaneous (wild yeasts) alcohol fermentation for approximately 20 days in special stainless steel tanks – maturation with the mubs of wine for 3 months roughly.

Proof : 13.5 % vol

Total acidity : 6.4 gr/lt

Reducing sugars : 3.8 gr/lt

Annual production : 3.000 bottles

Serve at : 9°C - 10οC

Best served with : Sea food, roasted fishes, pasta and white cheese

Meet the producer

By combining their names, Eva Boehme and Haris Antoniou, came up with the name EVHARIS, a name they have also passed on to their renowned wines.

Two leading figures from the business world, Eva and Haris, relying on the traditional values of Greece’s wine-making culture, turned their life-long dream into reality by creating a heavenly vineyard on the slopes of theGerania Mountains just a few kilometers from Athens.