Plyto

Plyto

Plytó is an ancient variety for white wine making grown in the Peza wine region of Crete, and that was brought back from extinction by the Lyrarakis Domaine

Low-yield farming and high 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 and Vidiano) to produce a distinctive rendition of the ancient sweet wine of Crete, Malvasia.

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