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Coming to us from Greece, this red offers so much for the sub $20 range. Herbal, spice, dried berries, and tomato tickle the nose. Light and dry on its feet, it unfolds nicely on the palate with earthy tones and licorice. This Xinomavro-based wine has a very good length that ties everything together, leaving an excellent lasting impression. Great value. Tasted February 2013.
Garnet-brickish colour in the glass, which suggests its age, this is an interesting, traditional Old World style of wine. The nose is dominated by dried red/tart cherry fruit, oak spice, and earthy and herbaceous notes. It's medium-light bodied with quite high acid and tannins that are somewhat high as well (reminiscent of nebbiolo). The finish is long with the sour cherry and herbaceousness notes most dominant. Amazing value for fans of this style. Tasted February 2013.
100% agree with JS.
Xinomavro is still new to me, but I am truely enjoying it. A great alternative to Italian and is always an interesting wine to bring to a friend's for dinner or as a gift.
Very nicely paired with tomato based dishes.
Tasted February 2013.