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Nautilus white submerged

Dry white wine, from Kefalonian white varieties; Protected Geographical Indication Slopes of Ainos, Kefalonia.

A part of Nautilus white 2018 bottles, matured from last year, submerged under fresh water, in special tanks of the winery under controlled conditions! A new method which permits maturation and incorporation in absolute conditions of constant temperature, darkness and lack of oxygen!


Tsaousi, Vostilidi, Muscatel, Muscat

Cold extraction before fermentation for 8-10 hours at a controlled low temperature, separation of free run and press run musts, fermentation at a controlled temperature, maintenance of wine with the wine lees for about a month with periodical stirring, filtering and bottling.

12,5 % vol

Bright greenish color; extremely rich aromas with notes of fresh exotic fruits and flavors of dried pear and melon that remain giving abundance and intensity in a perfect finish. Fresh and intense aromatic aftertaste.

Ideal as aperitif; accompanies perfectly creative cuisine and sauces, fine seafood, cheeses, and fruits. Served at 8-10˚C.

Nautilus 2016: Gold Medal at Berliner Wein Trophy 2017

Nautilus 2018: Wine Advocate 2019: 91/100

Nautilus white 2018: Wine Advocate 2019: 91/100: “The 2018 Nautilus white has many virtues, though, including plenty of tension on the finish. The fruit flavors linger nicely, some dried pear and melon. It is a great finish. Although it will age decently, it will be great this summer. This might be the best intersection of quality and price in this tasting.

Jancis Robinson 2019: Foivos, Nautilus 2018 white: 16,5/20: “After bottling the wine, the bottles were placed for experimental maturation in a cement tank filled with fresh water. Free-run juice only. The initial impression is that inviting dusty/stony aroma I associate with rocky or volcanic soils but there's tangy green fruits and a slightly wild sour note. On the palate, a little more grapey but bone dry and mouth-wateringly fresh. Succulent and yet so dry. Very long finish”.