Gaia (Gaia's Estate)

Nemea Agiorgitiko

8.914 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Nemea, Peloponnisos, Greece
Agiorgitiko
Game, Duck, Goose
Top Notes For
Cathy Corison

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

9.3

Leather, earth, plums. Long. Thanksgiving.

Leather, earth, plums. Long. Thanksgiving.

Nov 24th, 2018
Anthony Lombardi

2014 Gaia Agiorgitiko & Live Evil. This the first time I’ve paid attention to drinking a Greek red with Miles Davis. Along with the home roasted chicken using Zuni Cafe’s recipe, this is a winning combo all around.

2014 Gaia Agiorgitiko & Live Evil. This the first time I’ve paid attention to drinking a Greek red with Miles Davis. Along with the home roasted chicken using Zuni Cafe’s recipe, this is a winning combo all around.

1 person found it helpfulMay 10th, 2018
Adam K.

I'm becoming a big fan of this grape. Boldly fruity and a little grippy, nice little bit of funkiness to mix things up. Perfect partner for lamb kebabs.

I'm becoming a big fan of this grape. Boldly fruity and a little grippy, nice little bit of funkiness to mix things up. Perfect partner for lamb kebabs.

Jun 4th, 2017
Laura Boldizar

Omega ouzeri

Omega ouzeri

Nov 2nd, 2018
Jim McCusker

Another impressive Greek red wine. Not as good as the Dalamara from Saturday night, but stil pretty damn good!

Another impressive Greek red wine. Not as good as the Dalamara from Saturday night, but stil pretty damn good!

Jun 19th, 2018
Anthony Lombardi

I won’t get to post Records this weekend, but will definitely be posting wine. Looking forward to a much needed long weekend/getaway. Decided to post a new favorite (2014 Gaia Agioritiko) and a relatively old favorite (Live At Massey Hall). I’ve posted these in this little series before, but not together. They bring out the best in each other.

I won’t get to post Records this weekend, but will definitely be posting wine. Looking forward to a much needed long weekend/getaway. Decided to post a new favorite (2014 Gaia Agioritiko) and a relatively old favorite (Live At Massey Hall). I’ve posted these in this little series before, but not together. They bring out the best in each other.

May 25th, 2018
Andrew Schirmer

Knocked out by flu the first two weeks of the year, I’ve been a virtual teetotaler for nearly all of January. Sad! What better way to ease back into the wine life with this rustic, savory Greek red that has all the tannic grip of a fine Sangiovese. Some oak up front, palate is heavily tannic with sour cherry, herbs, and chalk/flint. Nice work.

Knocked out by flu the first two weeks of the year, I’ve been a virtual teetotaler for nearly all of January. Sad! What better way to ease back into the wine life with this rustic, savory Greek red that has all the tannic grip of a fine Sangiovese. Some oak up front, palate is heavily tannic with sour cherry, herbs, and chalk/flint. Nice work.

Jan 20th, 2018
Daniel Dahlberg

Daniel had this 2 years ago

Daniel had this 2 years ago

Oct 13th, 2017
Dave McLean

Dave had this 2 years ago

Dave had this 2 years ago

Oct 10th, 2017
Katie Karate

Katie had this 2 years ago

Katie had this 2 years ago

May 27th, 2017