The name ‘Eidosela’ was born from the union of ‘Eidos’ and ‘Sela’ which roughly translates to ‘roads to sela’ (sela meaning the place, ‘here’), and is meant to indicate the paths which unite the little patches here and there which collectively are Eidosela. His wines are well-focused without unnecessary tightness and have very good lines.
Stainless steel handling, with 50% of the blend aged 4 months on lees in tank.
Prickly pear, small green apples, preserved lemon and a nice sense of tang, it is 100% varietal in a very stylish, smooth mid-weight register. With juicy acidity and a nice little nutty snap to close, the fruit tannins are perfectly handled (so often the Achilles heel of this tricky variety). Unbelievably good value - you just shouldn't be able to get it so cheap! Stainless steel handling, with 50% of the blend aged on lees in the tank.