Plytó is an ancient cultivar for white wine making grown the wine region of Crete that was brought back from extinction by the Lyrarakis Domaine

Low-yield farming, vineyard elevation are two key factors in the renewed success of the grape.
Plyto is lively, with a zippy and mouth-watering mix of grapefruit and mineral notes.

Plyto is typically vinified on its own, but has also been used in a blend with other indigenous white grapes of Crete ( Dafni, Vinala, Vidiano) to produce a distinctive rendition of the ancient sweet wine of Crete, Malvasia.

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