Karavitakis Vilana / Vidiano 2022


New product

Peach and apricot scented, with delicate flavours of citrus and stone fruits and a crisp and savoury finish.

More details

£14.70 per bottle

RRP: £16.50 (save 11%)

- +

Sold in cases of 6 bottles
More info

The grapes are sourced from several north-facing vineyards planted on limestone soils. Here the vines benefit from cooling Aegean breezes throughout the summer.

Fermentation took place in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks to preserve the fresh primary fruit aromas.

Data sheet
RRP £16.50
Vintage 2022
Alcoholic strength 13.5%
Country Greece
Region Crete
Grapes Vilana 65%, Vidiano 35%
Dry/Sweet value 1
Contains sulphites Yes
Vegetarian Yes
Vegan Yes
Organic No
Biodynamic No
Closure Screwcap

Karavitakis is located in Chania on the west of the island of Crete, where the family have been growing grapes for over 80 years. The winery’s modern era began in 1998 when Manolis Karavitakis decided to overhaul his family’s estate and by lowering yields and introducing low-intervention agriculture he brought about dramatic improvements. Over the following 20 years this winery has become one of the leading lights of the Cretan wine scene. His son Nikos now heads up the operation, farming 60 hectares of vineyards across the island, with a focus on local varieties such as the peachy white Vidiano and the elegant and food-friendly red Kotsifali. This quality-led approach, combined with a desire to showcase the island’s native grapes, has created wines that have international appeal whilst still retaining their local colour.

30 other products in the same category: