Douloufakis

Baiano Aspros Lagos

9.27 ratings
9.32 pro ratings
Crete, Greece
Vidiano
Top Notes For
Adrienne Stillman

Beautiful structure, biscuit, lemon pith, luxurious mouthfeel.

Beautiful structure, biscuit, lemon pith, luxurious mouthfeel.

1 person found it helpfulJun 28th, 2016
Mike Burmil

Light gold color with a real earthy funk I typically find in Gueuze. This certainly is tart with a smooth lemon pith and mellow, toasted grains. If it was carbonated, I’d swear it was a Belgian Ale. Just grabbed it out of the cellar and threw it on ice for a few minutes, doing some solo day drinking, didn’t realize it was $35 bottle. Flying solo has its advantages this time.

Light gold color with a real earthy funk I typically find in Gueuze. This certainly is tart with a smooth lemon pith and mellow, toasted grains. If it was carbonated, I’d swear it was a Belgian Ale. Just grabbed it out of the cellar and threw it on ice for a few minutes, doing some solo day drinking, didn’t realize it was $35 bottle. Flying solo has its advantages this time.

Aug 12th, 2018
R J Thom

Robust and round, with some nice herbal notes, mineraity and balanced acidity. Just a touch of nice funk.

Robust and round, with some nice herbal notes, mineraity and balanced acidity. Just a touch of nice funk.

Apr 2nd, 2017
Dr.Meandor

Tasted 06/10/2016

"Follow the white hare" Trinity said. So did I...

Cretan indigenous Vidiano fermented and aged 5 months in barrels (40/60 acacia/oak)

Dense color of brass, golden glitters.
Powerful nasal attack of autumnal forest (note ageing in acacia & oak), melissa and ripe melon turns to opulence of caramel, banana, mango and passion fruit.
Full-bodied, oily and finely rounded palate with vivid yet perfectly integrated acidity and noticeable minerality. Mint candy, sun-dried apricot drink, melon, orange peels, white currant flavors (white plum dominates if wine is over chilled).
Finishes at slow pace, correspondent to palate.
Absolutely self-confident, we enjoyed it relaxing at last evening at Crete.

Tasted 06/10/2016

"Follow the white hare" Trinity said. So did I...

Cretan indigenous Vidiano fermented and aged 5 months in barrels (40/60 acacia/oak)

Dense color of brass, golden glitters.
Powerful nasal attack of autumnal forest (note ageing in acacia & oak), melissa and ripe melon turns to opulence of caramel, banana, mango and passion fruit.
Full-bodied, oily and finely rounded palate with vivid yet perfectly integrated acidity and noticeable minerality. Mint candy, sun-dried apricot drink, melon, orange peels, white currant flavors (white plum dominates if wine is over chilled).
Finishes at slow pace, correspondent to palate.
Absolutely self-confident, we enjoyed it relaxing at last evening at Crete.

Oct 20th, 2016
stratos83

Strong body taste and finish,oily with intense barrel aftertaste

Strong body taste and finish,oily with intense barrel aftertaste

Jun 7th, 2016
Jeffrey Bragman

President at WINEPSYCH

9.2

Jeffrey had this 3 years ago

Jeffrey had this 3 years ago

Nov 13th, 2016
Yale Podnos

Yale had this 3 years ago

Yale had this 3 years ago

Jul 8th, 2016