2012 Dalamaras "Paliokalias" Xinomavro Naoussa

SKU #1222519

According to the winery: "Since 1840, the Dalamaras family has been involved in wine making and distillation. The spirit and tradition of a proud heritage have been passed down to the fifth generation, of Dalamara family who show the same dedication to the values that governed the founder. The vineyards Dalamara are located on the eastern foot hills of mount Vermion in a traditional vineyard area called Paliokalias at an altitude of 250-300 m. The climate of this area features warm with dry summers and mild winters. For most of the day are exposed to the full benefit of the sun. This 100% Xinomavro's medium tannins, high acidity and flavors range from ripe raspberry, rhubarb and black olive to sun-dried tomatoes. Like a red Burgundy, Xinomavro offers enchanting aromas, refined texture and flavors that partner well with dishes ranging from grilled tuna to roast pork and ratatouille. Bottled without cold stabilization and unfiltered so a small amount of sediment in the bottom of the bottle is normal."

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