2013 Kir-Yianni "Ramnista" Naoussa

SKU #1327023

A wine with a rich and complex aromatic profile, elevated acidity and robust tannins creating a long finish. Its concentrated bouquet of sun-dried tomato, red fruit and praline when young, evolves into black olive, leather, earth and truffle, with a balanced acidity and softer tannins. A perfect match to lamb and game, the 2013 Ramnista can age gracefully up to 15 years. 100% Xinomavro

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Staff Image By: Joe Manekin | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/8/2017 | Send Email
Full disclosure: my first job in the business was selling a portfolio of Greek wines which included Kir Yianni. That said, I still love this wine's wild strawberry confit palate profile, that also shows a savory/salty and decidedly tannic edge to it. Think Barbaresco for this one, and serve it with meat or lamb, or perhaps a braised meat sugo over pasta.

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Other Red Wines

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Greece

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