2013 Karavitakis "The Little Prince" Red Blend Crete

SKU #1243585 Wine & Spirits

 Unburdened by oak, this blend of 65 percent kotsifali and 35 percent mandilari is plummy and juicy, with a little of the spice and baked fruit character expected from Crete’s warm climate. It’s pitched in price and flavor to pour liberally at barbecues this summer.  (8/2015)

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A blend of Kotsifali and Mandilari from one of Crete's up-and-coming wineries. They also make "international" wines like Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, but the importer has put the emphasis on their indigenous varietals from Crete for the American marketplace.

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Greece

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