2015 Karavitakis "The Little Prince" White Blend Crete

SKU #1277441

65% Villana - 35% Vidiano. Mark Squires of eRobertParker.com writes: "Crete is a happening place these days. A new entrant here is Karavitakis. Importer Andrea Engliss gave this brief bio: 'The winery is located near the main city of Chania. The family has been involved in wine production for approximately 50 years. However, approximately 10 years ago they decided to vinify and bottle wine produced from their own vineyards. While they make wines from international varietals in addition to the wines we import, we decided to focus on the indigenous varietals for the U.S. market.'" The winery notes: "Pale yellow - green color. Vidiano offers ripe peach and appricot aromas, rich body and creamy taste. Villana ads a lighter touch along with refreshing lemon scented acidity.

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Greece

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