Drinking this is a bit like walking through a pine forest full of wild rhubarb. It has an intense floral nose of rose petals and quince and fig, and is slightly tannic due to one hundred days of skin contact. We recommend leaning into the floral essence of this light red/rosé and enjoying it alongside a fruit platter loaded with strawberries, pomegranate, and raspberries.
p.s. Ekato means 100 in Greek (as in the time spent on its skins)