In a nutshell:
A rich and intense dessert wine from the Greek island of Santorini.
Made from mainly Assyrtiko grapes, some of which are dried in the Aegean sun after picking to really concentrate the flavours. After about 10 days the grapes have dehydrated to the right level ready for pressing. Such the the level of concentration that less than 100 litres of juice are yielded from each acre of vines. The resulting wine, which spends over 10 years in oak barrels, is amazingly rich and full of caramelized fruits and, most importantly, wonderfully sweet.
When to drink:
Serve it well chilled at around 6-8°C with things like rich chocolate desserts.
Suitable for Vegans