Skouras

Saint George Nemea Aghiorghitiko

8.921 ratings
8.82 pro ratings
Nemea, Peloponnisos, Greece
Agiorgitiko
Game, Duck, Goose
Top Notes For
Brooke Lyons

Quite acidic until it warms. Then, your palate opens with a slight floral tone and full body towards the back of the throat. It is nicely crisp. Flavor is slight but effective.

Quite acidic until it warms. Then, your palate opens with a slight floral tone and full body towards the back of the throat. It is nicely crisp. Flavor is slight but effective.

May 5th, 2019
Shawn O'Donnell

Bit o’butter. Bit o’pepper. Tasted better after it had been open a day or two.

Bit o’butter. Bit o’pepper. Tasted better after it had been open a day or two.

Jan 1st, 2019
P. Ivan Love

Decent wine, but hasn’t got any character that stands out. Black fruit in aroma/palate (blackberry), some mint/eucalyptus and chocolate aromas. Too much (new?) oak (or MLF gone too far?) gives a butterscotch and toasty character that overpowers the too light fruit-character.

Decent wine, but hasn’t got any character that stands out. Black fruit in aroma/palate (blackberry), some mint/eucalyptus and chocolate aromas. Too much (new?) oak (or MLF gone too far?) gives a butterscotch and toasty character that overpowers the too light fruit-character.

Nov 24th, 2018
Douglas Mitchell

Had it at a Greek restaurant and loved it. Hunted down several bottles I had a wine shop and brought them home. They did not disappoint. Mild almost like a Merlot great with lamb chops.

Had it at a Greek restaurant and loved it. Hunted down several bottles I had a wine shop and brought them home. They did not disappoint. Mild almost like a Merlot great with lamb chops.

Oct 10th, 2018
Samuel Gearhart

First Greek wine I’ve ever tasted; light, dry, and delicious.

First Greek wine I’ve ever tasted; light, dry, and delicious.

Sep 9th, 2018
Ming Liang

First time to taste Agiorgitiko. I was wondering why the winery named the bottle Saint George. Little did I know that Agiorgitiko exactly mean Santi George.
Very aromatic with white flower, perfume, cranberry juice, strawberry, and hint of vanilla. Medium body and medium to high acidity. Mellow tannins. A very good value.

First time to taste Agiorgitiko. I was wondering why the winery named the bottle Saint George. Little did I know that Agiorgitiko exactly mean Santi George.
Very aromatic with white flower, perfume, cranberry juice, strawberry, and hint of vanilla. Medium body and medium to high acidity. Mellow tannins. A very good value.

Mar 31st, 2018
Gwen

At The Athenian

At The Athenian

May 5th, 2018
David Dadekian

David had this 7 months ago

David had this 7 months ago

Nov 15th, 2018
Maggie Harrison

Maggie had this a year ago

Maggie had this a year ago

Jul 12th, 2018
Julie Lasseigne

Julie had this 2 months ago

Julie had this 2 months ago

Apr 28th, 2019