Gewürztraminer, the variety whose name is entwined with Alsace, is considered to have one of the most recognized aromatic bouquets in the world. It is cultivated in cooler climates that favor its aromatic characteristics.
Thus, in 2010, Stefanos Petridis planted 0.57 ha of Gewurztraminer in Petres of Amyndeon, in the clay-loam soils of one of the coldest wine-producing zones in Greece. The vineyard is located at an altitude of 600 meters with a northwest-southeast orientation.
The wine has been left in French oak barrels for 4 months, increasing its richness and complexity. Subtle characteristics of rose petals, nuts and notes of exotic fruits make up a special wine, which was released in a limited number of bottles.