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The most famous brand name of the NICO LAZARIDI Winery is related to the company’s history, as well as to the oenological revival of the Prefecture of Drama in 1987. The vineyard, where the grapes are cultivated, encompasses perimetrically the Château Nico Lazaridi Winery, which is fully adjusted to the natural environment.

A combination of the international varieties Sauvignon Blanc , along with the Greek varieties of Assytiko and Malagousia.

30 years Château

Completing this year’s three decades since CHÂTEAU NICO LAZARIDI’s first bottling is an opportunity not only for celebration but also for new beginnings: the three Château Nico Lazaridi wines, white, red and rosé, are now released with new labels, crafted by the Greek artist Giorgos Taxidis

All three works depicted on the new labels together constitute a trilogy of man’s actions on the vine, placed in three separate time frames.  On the white wine label we see the harvest and the picking of the fruit – here is the present, the now.


Type of wine: Dry White Wine.

Appellation: Protected Geographical Indication Drama.

Varieties: 65% Sauvignon Blanc, 30% Assyrtiko, 5% Malagousia

Vinification Techniques: Classic white wine vinification at low temperature 12-16ο C. It ferments in stainless steel tanks and it follows short maturation with the fine lees.

Analytical Data
Alcohol: 12%
Total Acidity: 5.43 g/l
Residual Sugar : 1.56 g/l

Tasting Notes: Bright yellow color. The new blend combines the aromatic complexity of the Sauvignon Blanc emphasizing the tropical and citrus notes which are combined with the richness and the acidity of the Assyrtiko and the floral notes of Malagousia. A wine with a pronounced intensity and aromas of mango, papaya, pineapple, citrus and lemongrass, wet stone, and white flowers. Full mouth with pleasant crispy acidity and long aromatic aftertaste.

Aging: Will respond to aging for up to 3-4 years after harvest.

Perfect Pairing: Served at 8-12°C, an excellent match for cooked dishes with vegetables, pasta with basil sauce and salads with goat cheese.