If you want to have something different in the way of a red wine, try this blend of Xinomavro, Merlot and Syrah. It’s dense purple-ruby in colour with a spicy, cedary nose of plums and black cherries; medium- to full-bodied, it's dry and firmly structured with ripe tannins.
Lightly pungent green herbal Sauvignon-like notes with background tropical fruit scents yield to bright citrus and tropical fruit flavours suggestive of pineapple, with refreshing acidity and appetizing mineral dryness.
Reminiscent of a Muscat/Gewürztraminer. Pale straw in colour with an aromatic spicy, minerally nose of white peach; medium-bodied, dry and elegant, fresh peach and citrus flavours with a long finish. A delicious apéritif wine.
From the southern slopes of Mount Olympus comes the blend of equal parts of Xinomavro, Krassato and Stavroto, in which 6 months in oak have produced a nose of black cherry jam, roses, sweet spice, vanilla, plum, tomato paste and black olive. Somewhat grippy on the palate (which bodes well for the red meat factor), there is lifted acidity and persistency.
Huge florality gives way to black cherry, cassis, cocoa, earth and clove qualities. Light with an appealing, easy-drinking structure. Drink now and it won’t break the bank.
This blend of 50% Xinomavro, 25% Syrah and 25% Merlot exudes black cherry, black liquorice, plum, rose, roasted herbs, tar and vanilla. It is medium-bodied with supple tannins and a lingering aftertaste. Ready to drink with a nice plate of pasta topped with braised sausage or veal in a tomato sauce.