Agiorgitiko

Skouras

Grande Cuvée Nemea Agiorgitiko 2011

Medium ruby with a garnet rim. Blueberry, dark & red cherry, cigar & smoke, dried tea leaves, forest floor, sweet and sour (Chinese restaurant), spearmint, and a touch of allspice on the finish. Medium+ acidity with soft and fine tannins. 100% single vineyard Aghiorgitko sourced at high elevation of 1050 meters. 1000 cases. Great value overall. — 16 days ago

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Aivalis

Nemea Agiorgitiko 2019

Starts right off with a pop of punchy jammy red fruit. Balances really well with some wet earth and bit of dust. Nice herbs and slight structure on the back end. Really solid. — 4 months ago

Joshua, Andrew and 3 others liked this

La Tour Melas

Franc de pieds Vieilles Vignes Agiorgitiko 2014

Really deep with strong fruit. Tannins have been reigned in and while there is still structure, it’s supple. — 4 months ago

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Skouras

Saint George Nemea Aghiorghitiko 2018

Translucent garnet with a bit of purple left on edges.
Blackberry and violet on nose.
Balanced medium body lightly tart acidity. Smoothed medium minus tannin structure.
Fun interesting find.
— 17 days ago

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Halkia Winery

Agiorgitiko

Really cool natural wine. Tannic *and* lightly sparkling? — 2 months ago

Syn+ Wines

Mountain Fish Agiorgitiko 2018

Loved this with lamb and potatoes! — 4 months ago

Tetramythos

PGI Peloponnese Agiorgitiko 2019

Very drinkabale and delicious before and during dinner, Valentine’s Day. The Cheese Shop of Salem. — 5 months ago

Cavino

Grande Reserve Nemea Agiorgitiko 2012

Celebrating Owen’s Baptism! — a month ago

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Denthis

Stamnaki Agiorgitiko 2019

i loved this — 3 months ago

Zacharias Vineyards

Black Cubed Agiorgitiko Merlot Mavrodaphne 2017

Vintage 2017 | Zacharias is one of the oldest wineries in Nemea, founded in 1960. Made from 40% agiorgitiko, 40% merlot and 20% mavrodaphne. 12 months aging in partly new barrels. Dark colour. Minerality in smell, vanilla and spicyness. After aeration the wine gets a velvety structure, cherries. Paired with gurnard and ratatouille, plateau of cheeses. Goed well: red wine and fish... — 4 months ago

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