Kakotrygis is the main white variety of the island of Corfu, although quite unknown outside of it. The family of Pontiglio (meaning stubbornness") is stubbornly preserving the island's traditions, against pressures from tourism, and sustainably cultivates Kakotrygis and Skopelitiko. This is their first orange Kakotrygis, with only a couple of days of skin contact, to tame its aggressive character. After all, its name means "hard to harvest".
Salty, tropical fruit, honeyed apricot, and ginger ale. Lively texture and acidity.