Vintage 2015 / Wednesday Meatballsday (4) / why does someone call his wine ‘No one’ ? It is asking for troubles... you might presume. It has to do with Odyssey, when he was trapped by the Cyclops Polyphemus in his cave, he offered the most precious wine and the Cyclops asked for its name. Kanenas means No one. Enfin... good story, but how does it taste? The colour is half transparant, a ruby rim. It seems a very easy wine, comforting, quaffable, hap sap. But drinking with care one discovers a very nice nose, smell of raspberries, quite frivolous. Hints of spices. Made from local grape Mavroudi and Syrah. Paired very well with meatballs, broccoli and baked potatoes. Greece is really interesting. — 9 months ago
Had the 2014 in September 2018. Amazing! — 2 years ago
Light, fruity. Good accompaniment to a vegetarian meal. — 5 years ago
Perfect Rose - flowers and honey — 7 years ago
Indigenous grape varieties: Limnio, Mavroudi and Mavrotragano.
Barnyard labdscapes make their way up, pungeant acidity with 14% alc. level has some potential ageing ahead. — 5 years ago