Light garnet in color, some earth and red fruits on the nose. Fruit forward, strawberry & cherry in the mouth. Finishes with some chalkiness, mild tannins, overall light to medium body- very smooth after some air. — a month ago
Vintage 2015 | what a difference a year makes! A year ago some sharp and disturbing edges, and now: lovely wine with nice expressions of spices and flint, great balance and looking forward to another glass. | Paired with a schnitzel and mixed vegetable stew from the oven. — 15 days ago
Wow. Xinomavro. Crisp nicely made bubbly not far from ancestral homeland on my dads side. — a month ago
Nice fruit but still tannic and acidic, Needs two years of cellaring. Went nice with Greek style lamb shoulder. — a month ago
Plenty or earthy spice, ink, sour cherry, dried herbs, dried blueberry, damp violets, wet peat and prune (though not in a dried out fruit kind of way). There a mineral component too, like cinders or coal but in a very pleasant way.
Palate has a lovely balance and refreshing acidity that keeps everything fresh, stewed but sleep black and blue berry fruits, touch of palms violet and that black and sour cherry and prune fruit coming on the finish. — a month ago
Another fragrant Xinomavro, love the style of winemaking with this — a month ago
The Greek wines were the best of the bunch!
The Rapsani had cigar box, burning wood, barnyard, cherries, and campfire. Lovely!
The last wine was a dessert wine that was brown in color and contained massive caramel. Very thick and sweet, but refined. — 2 months ago