Collection: Malagousia

This unique green varietal is grown mainly in the colder climes of northern Greece, in and around Macedonia. Almost extinct by the 1970s, this aromatic grape has been rediscovered by producers of natural wine and academics who made a concerted effort, which resulted in worldwide recognition of this quintessential Greek varietal.

Known for making wines with pale yellow hues and high acidity with notes of intense lemon, floral and sometimes even a hint of petroleum, Malagousia wines are refreshing but highly complex. Most wines on this varietal are aged on steel tanks, though fantastic whites and oranges are made using barrel ageing, and they are at their best when young.