Monolithos rosé

Monolithos rosé shows the polydynamic character of the Agiorgitiko grape and its signature fresh fruit expression, with an added acidity kick from the blended high-altitude Assyrtiko.

  • Grower: Bairaktaris
  • Vintage: 2022
  • Type: Light Rosé Dry Wine
  • Grapes: Agiorgitiko 80% / Assyrtiko 20%
  • Appellation: PGI Peloponnese
  • Alcohol: 12.50%
  • Bottle: 750ml
  • Viticulture: Low intervention
  • Vinification: Early harvest, pre-fermentation cool maceration for 3 hours. It follows separation of the juice without pressure. Alcoholic fermentation at low temperature (14-16℃). It matures on its own fine lees for three months in stainless steel tanks.
  • Tasting Notes: Bright pomegranate color, cherry and pomegranate notes on the nose, with a juicy and fruity palate, with vibrant acidity.
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  • Low Intervention
  • Climate: Mountainous, Mediterranean
  • Soil: Limestone
  • Vine age: Planted in 1997
  • Altitude: 800-900m
  • Slope: –
  • Planting density: –
  • Yield: 9 tons / ha
  • Irrigation: Twice a year
  • Spraying: Foliar, 5 times a year
  • Harvesting: Manually (20kg crates)


  • Maceration: Pre-fermentation cool maceration for 3 hours
  • Pressing: None
  • Temperature Control: 14-16℃
  • Fermentation: Alcoholic fermentation with wild yeast at low temperature in stainless steel tank
  • Malolactic: None
  • Maturation: 3 months on its own lees in stainless steel tank
  • Clarification: Bentonite
  • Filtration: Sterile
  • Production: 15,000 lt
  • Alcohol: 12.50%
  • Acidity: 5.30 gr/l
  • RS: 2 gr/l
  • Total sulfites: 100 mg/l
  • Certification: –
  • Bottle: 750ml

Bairaktaris is located in the largest winemaking region of Greece, Nemea, which has a PDO status thanks to the polydynamic and most planted red grape of Greece Agiorgitiko. This is a small, family run winery, practicing sustainable agriculture, with no use of chemicals. At least 80% of grapes come from the 15 ha of estate owned vineyards, most at 850m altitudes.

Nemea is the largest winemaking region of Greece, and home to the most planted red grape of Greece, the indigenous Agiorgitiko. It has a PDO status (PDO Nemea) for red wines of 100% Agiorgitiko. “Agiorgitiko” means “Saint George”, which was the old name of Nemea (“Agios Georgios”).

A city in the Peloponnese, in the south of Greece, Nemea has a rich winemaking history since ancient times, when it was called “Fliasion Pedion”. Nemea was also known for “Nemia”, one of the most famous athletic competition of ancient times, along with the Olympic games.

In Nemea, one can visit the ancient town of Nemea, the monastery of “Panagia Vrahou” which is built on the cliff of the nearby mountain, the numerous wineries, or celebrate the annual wine festival.