It’s not only new, it’s novel too. It’s also one of the most fragrant rosé wines that I have tasted lately. This is most likely owed to the aromatic white Malagousia that’s co-fermented with the red Grenache and Syrah grapes.
Without a doubt a very interesting and extremely successful blend! Agiorgitiko offers a familiar playful fruity character, while Syrah completes the puzzle with a beautiful warm spiciness. The result is a very popular red wine, which, on a significantly warm year...
The epitome of rosé elegance and style, and not just to look at. This is one of the top sellers in the Greek rosé segment, and quite rightly so. Its grape blend ensures aromatic complexity and depth, while careful vinification guarantees a wine with finesse, balance and length.
An emblematic red wine that reflects beautifully the combination of terroir potential and winemaking philosophy of the estate. Xinomavro, the area’s flagship grape, rules, although the blend with Merlot and Syrah enhances its complexity, while maintaining structure and balance.
Nostos Blend is a popular best-seller ever since it came on the market, and this is no surprise. Crete’s answer to a “modern Chateauneuf-du-Pape” is a very well made, rich red wine that oozes fruits and sweet spices in the nose, while on the palate it’s beautifully full yet round, with velvety tannins and a long, lingering aftertaste.
When a winemaker or winery owner names a wine after his daughter, he usually has a good reason. This wine is named after Alexandra Manousakis, who now runs the Estate with her husband, and is as gentle and pleasant as she is.
Syrah seems totally at home in the Southern Aegean, where it has every reason to express its typicity perfectly. This is an award-winning red wine that makes most of the warmth of its terroir and the spiciness of the grape, oozing peppery notes and ripe dark fruit in the nose, while being full, rich and long on the palate.