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Asprouda of Serres 2015 - Domaine Nerantzi
Domaine Nerantzi

ASPROUDA OF SERRES 2015 - DOMAINE NERANTZI

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Why do we love it?

Have you ever tried Asprouda of Serres Domaine Nerantzi? Most likely you haven’t, since it is an extremely rare variety that has been preserved and cultivated exclusively from Domaine Nerantzi in Pentapolis, Serres. Are you wondering if you should try it? Definitely yes, and to be accurate, you have already lost precious time!

Asprouda began its "career" in 1998 when it was originally identified as a local grape variety and its cultivation began. Αfter that, its story was glorious, since the humble Asprouda began to appear in the wine lists of the best restaurants in the world and it was greeted by a huge gush of awards and distinctions.

Evanthia Mitropoulou contributed to all of this and with her oenological studies in Burgundy, she created a new era for the wine of Serres and the local varieties. She learned about the terroir from the best, so she put all her “art” and knowledge to create a wine that completely reflects the microclimate of the area, Asprouda of Serres 2015 Domaine Nerantzi. The lively and aromatic variety matured for 4 months in oak barrels of 500 liters. Remaining in the bottle for two years transformed Asprouda of Serres 2015 into an overwhelming wine, with complexity that many French chateaus would envy, incredible balance and seductive aromas.

And if you do not believe us, you have the chance to find out yourself if you hurry and grab one of the few remaining bottles!

COLOR

WHITE

AROMA

MEDIUM FRUITY

BODY

MEDIUM

ACIDITY

MEDIUM

Tastes Like

In the glass, it has medium golden color.

Engaging nose, with the aromas of candied citrus fruits, such as orange, bitter orange and kumquat, dominating all the way. Dried apricot, honey, chamomile, saffron, sweet apple and toast gradually make their appearance. Mineral character complements the unique aromatic bouquet.

Juicy, medium bodied in the palate, with balanced acidity and excessive aromas of brown butter, honey, chamomile, saffron and bergamot. Kumquat, peach, grapefruit, hazelnut and toast fill your mouth in every sip. The long-lasting, enjoyable, citrusy aftertaste remains in the mouth until the next sip. As long as it takes…

Technical stuff
Color White
Type Dry
Year 2015
Alcohol 13.4 %
Origin Serres
Variety Asprouda of Serres
Aromas orange, bitter orange, kumquat, dried apricot, honey, chamomile, saffron, sweet apple, toast, minerality
Bottle Size 750 ml
Barrique 4 months
Serving temperature 11°C
Aging 5 χρόνια
Closure Cork
Organic No

ASPROUDA OF SERRES 2015 - DOMAINE NERANTZI

PAIR IT

Pair with pork with apricots, schnitzel, chicken with lemon sauce 

Risotto with butternut squash and sage

  • 200 gr. rice for risotto (Vialone nano or Arborio)
  • 200 gr. Butternut squash cut into cubes
  • 150 gr. butter
  • 50 gr. Parmesan
  • 1 onion
  • 800 ml. chicken broth hot
  • 50 ml. white dry wine
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • Fresh pepper
  • Salt

Heat the broth in a pot, until it’s hot enough.

Put the butternut squash in a pan with 50 gr. butter and a sprig of sage and sauté for 5 minutes while sprinkling with sugar.

Remove half of the butternut squash and add to the rest 200 ml. from the broth we have warmed up. Boil until the butternut squash softens.

Put the rest of the butternut squash in a pyrex. Add fresh pepper and bake for a few minutes on the grill.

Put the boiled butternut squash in the blender and mush it up. Chop the onion and saute it with 50 gr. butter. When melted add the rice, stir for 1 minute, add the wine and boil until it evaporates completely.

Add the broth and puree from the butternut squash gradually and patiently in small doses, without stopping to stir, until the risotto becomes creamy.

When it’s done, season well with salt and pepper, remove it from the heat and add parmesan, butter and 1-2 leaves of sage.

Serve while it is still warm.

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