Montofoli Estate is a remarkable landmark located in the ancient town of Karystos, Southern Evia. Franks, ottomans, and kings have all given this piece of land its exceptional energy. However, in 1950 Montofoli was deserted and fell into a ruinous condition. It has since been bought by the family of Pavlos G. Karacostas in 1986, who created the company Montofoli Estate S.A. in order to restore the buildings and its agricultural past. In 1962 after numerous excavations, the estate was declared an archaeological site. Most of the important antiquities found on the land today are exhibited in the Archaelogical Museum of Karystos. Montofoli Estate is a dessert white wine made from Assyrtiko, Aidani, Athiri, and Liatiko that grow exclusively on the Montofoli Estate, an archaeological site in Karystos, South Evia. It was matured in French oak barrels for over 36 months.
Rich, with an amber color. Sweet, complex aromas derived from the finest Mediterranean grape varieties and prolonged aging. In the palate, it's thick and rich, with a strong raisin taste and notes of vanilla, chocolate, and coffee. Accompany with dark chocolate, chocolate sweets, caramel, dried fruits, or nuts.