Cavino Nemea Grande Reserve 2010, Pdo Nemea

Red Blend Red Blend
Peloponnese, Greece

$17.95 (295618)

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88 pts
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August 18, 2018
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Critic Reviews (2)

Michael Godel
Michael Godel

It never ceases to amaze me how Cavino can give so much effort, time and patience for so little. This varietal...

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

This mature red is showing leathery, earthy and burlap aromas around the ripe, slightly cooked cherry/plum fruit....

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Mikhail Polienko
Mikhail Polienko

91 points Tasted 100% Blind by Andreas Larsson 2017
GOLD Berliner Wein Trophy 2017
Produced from the indigenous Agiorgitiko (St. George) grapes grown in ancient Nemea region in Peloponnese. 750-900m altitude. Small vineyards
After ageing for 24 months in the bottle in cellars, this rare full bodied wine boasts aromas of red fruits syrup and spices wrapped in robust but well-balanced tannins supported by long aftertaste of roasted nuts.
Best served at 17°C combined with red meat stews and yellow cheese platters, including tradition Greek smoked cheeses from Metsovo or Vermio.

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Jason Solanki
Jason Solanki

The nose is highly aromatic with pretty rose floral, red cherry, sweet oak spices, and clove notes, all of which come through in a pleasing fashion on the medium+ bodied palate, with smooth refined tannins and very good acidity. A touch hot mid-palate. Excellent finish length. Tasted May/2017.

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