Mylonas "Naked Truth" 2020

100% Savatiano
A still orange wine from the Attica region of Greece.

Mature & deep. Quince & yogurt.

Tasting Notes

Naked Truth Savatiano 2020 from Mylonas estate has a deep golden colour.

On the nose it’s mature with quince, yogurt and mint.

In the mouth it’s petillant and slightly fresh with notes of quince and stone fruits.

The finish is long.

Score 90

My score / points

Mylonas "Naked Truth" 2020
Naked Truth (2020) Review
Estate making Naked Truth Estate Mylonas
Naked Truth (2020) Label Naked Truth
Style of Naked Truth Style Orange & Still
Country of Mylonas Country Greece
Region of Mylonas Region Attica
Grape blend of Naked Truth Grapes Savatiano
Vintage of Naked Truth Vintage 2020
My review of Naked Truth Points

How it's made

The grapes spend 20 days in contact with the skins. Very little sulphites are added (20 ppm).


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Mylonas is a small winery, producing just under 100k bottle per year. They are based in Attica, Greece.

Stamatis Mylonas and his brothers took the winery over from their dad. Stamatis had studied oenology and chemistry and started experimenting and pushing boundaries. Yet, the new vision for the family winery still at its very centre Savatiano, one of the region indigenous grape variety.

In fact, at Mylonas more than half of the wine production revolves around it.

And indeed they bottle several labels using Savatiano: current vintage wine, late release bottles, they age it in oak to produced yet another label, they add nothing to it and make a natural wine, they let the grapes sundry to produce a sweet version of it, and let’s not forget… they add pine resin to the must and bottled their retsina!

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Wines Related To Mylonas


Savatiano is a white Greek wine grape traditionally used as the base grape for retsina wine.

This grape shows a high drought tolerance. Maybe for that it is one of the most widely grown varieties in Greece, especially in the Attica region (Attika).

Because of the association with retsina wine, Savatiano wasn’t often used to produce wine “on-its-own” so to speak. It was either made into retsina or used to cut a blend and produce loose, unlabelled, table wine.

In recent years things have start to change with a few wineries betting hard on Savatiano. For more information about this, read my article about Mylonas winery!

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