Purpoted to be the oldest vines in the world, with vines averaging 80 years+, with rootstock that's centuries old. To survive the harsh elements on the slopes of Santorino the vines are trained into thick basket-like coils. This is a true "terroir wine" - as the vines really do have to struggle through both the harsh elements and the sparse volcanic terrain.
The result is amazing, "like Chablis on steroids", with a rich, mineral, highly complex mouthfeel. If there is ever call to decant a white wine, this is it.