A rich wine with a deep red colour and terracotta tints. The sweet aromas of dried fruit, dominated by tomato and fig, blend with the aromas of ageing, like cinnamon, vanilla, wood and spices. A potent wine, with a body characterized by an abundance of mature tannins, a result of the long ageing process. Lasting aftertaste. Best paired with game, red meats and spicy cheeses.
Full wine of good taste and generally easy to combine with foods. This wine is aged for one year in French oak barrel. You can make out the flavours of Vanilla, clove, pepper and generally spices. It goes well with grilled meats, duck and surprisingly enough with Asian dishes too.
Deep, dark and thick colour with intensely fruity nose with cherries, forest fruits and baked raisin in balance with the characters of vanilla, dried fruits and chocolate that comes from the long aging process in the oak barrels. Thick and aggressive tannins that require time to smooth. Undoubtfully a wine that loves bottle and demands aging in cellar to unfold its merits. Goes well with red meat with spicy sauces and steaks.
Typical, classic wine of Naoussa. Deep red colour with an intense personality. It produces a rich bouquet of ripe red fruit, blackberry and plum, together with sun-dried tomato and the aromas derived from ageing, cinnamon and wood. A rich body, good balance and structure, soft tannins in its finish. Best served with red meat dishes, pasta with red sauces and with yellow cheeses.
Deep red color with lively red tints. Complex aromatics of laurel, white pepper, gooseberry marmalade, leather and sweetish wooden background (vanilla, chocolate). Balanced finesse taste with soft tannins. Superb powerful structure supported by great equilibrium of alcohol and acidity. Long and pleasant finish.
A selection from the best Achaia’s “terroirs” in their best maturity. The grapes are carefully and smoothly handled. The final blending and maturation takes place in the winery. This special wine is revealing the varietal characteristics and the potential of the region.