The wines of Mylonas

Savatiano specialists from Attica, Greece

Based in Keratea in Eastern Attica, the Mylonas vineyard is in the hands of the third generation, the Mylonas brothers, who took over things in 2000. They began making wines under their own name in 2006. It's the highest-altitude vineyard in the Mesogaia region, nestled in the foothills of Mount Panion at 200-350 m, and benefitting from a sea breeze. Soils are sandy clay over limestone, and in some parts shale. The 12 hectares of vines yield less than a ton a hectare, and 80% is planted to the Savatiano variety.

Mylonas Savatiano Naked Truth 2016 Attiki, Greece
This is an orange wine. Nutty and spicy and minty with tight, fresh lemony fruit and high acid, as well as some structure. 89/100

Mylonas Savatiano 2016 Attiki, Greece
Herb-tinged citrus fruits. Fresh and linear with a faint hint of mint. 88/100

Mylonas Savatiano 2013 Attiki, Greece
Apricot and herb with some tangerine on the nose. Nice weight on the palate with herb and mint notes. 90/100

Mylonas Savatiano 2012 Attiki, Greece
Evolved with some wax, toast and citrus on the nose. The palate shows toast and nuts with some development. 90/100


Sclavos, Cephalonia
Hatzidakis, Santorini
Thymopoulos, Naoussa
Mylonas, Attica
Tetramythos, Pelopponese
Lyrarakis, Crete
Sigalas, Santorini

Doulofakis, Crete


Wines tasted 05/17

Article published December 2018

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