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Description to Topikos Oinos Agioritikos/Αγιορείτικος Τοπικός Οίνος
PGE area (Landwein) at the famous "Ágion Óros" (Holy Mountain) Athos, the eastern finger of the peninsula Chalkidike in the region Macedonia ( Greece ). The name Agioritikos means "Heiligbergischer" and may not be used with the autochthonous vine Agiorgitiko be confused. The white wine is made from the varieties Athiri Aspro. Assyrtiko and Roditis, the rosé from the varieties Limnio. Xinomavro and Roditis and the red wine from the varieties Limnio and Xinomavro blended.
They are from the company Tsantali produced and partly in bock bag-like Marketed bottles that exclusively leased vineyards of St. Panteleimon Monastery in the monastery's own domain "Metochi Chromitsa". Tsantali also produces other land wines under other brand names from this mountain, which are bottled in ordinary bottles. Agioritikos wines are also available from other producers, as there are other monasteries on Mount Athos. These are, for example, wines of Monoxilitis Monastery, which are then bottled and marketed by the company Protopapas, as well as the winery Mylopotamos of the monastery Megisti Lavra.