2014 Foundi Xinomavro Blanc de Noir Imathia

SKU #1251052

100% single vineyard Xinomavro. This is a rustic, old school style of Xinomavro with salty black olive and dusty earthiness to it. A very nice stretched out tannin structure and a juicy back end acidity. Needs decanting and food.

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Staff Image By: Amy Monroe | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/27/2016 | Send Email
If you're one of those people who is always looking for something unique, look no further than this Greek white made from a red variety called Xinomavro. Never hear of it? No worries - you're definitely not alone! Think of Xinomavro as the Greek Nebbiolo - a light skinned red grape with high tannin and high acid. This rare white rendition shows an unexpected combination of nectarine and cherry fruit as well as zesty citrus and even a bit of tannin on the finish. When you are ready for a new adventure in white wine, give this one a try.

Staff Image By: Sarah Covey | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/21/2016 | Send Email
This wine was a total shock - a rare white Xinomavro! The classic Greek varietal shows here with incredible poise and balance. Citrus pith, spice, saline and just a hint of lees, with an incredibly zesty minerality that leaves me reaching for my glass. Fabulous for warm weather!
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