by Markus Stolz

Xinomavro is without a doubt one of the most fascinating and noblest Greek grape varieties. Its flavour profile is unique and well made wines can age for decades. It is no secret that I am a big admirer of Xinomavro. It is my personal opinion that this variety has the full potential to place the red wines of Greece on the international map. For more in depth info, check out this article I wrote for Palate Press earlier this year. One of the best-known producers is the Kir Yianni estate. Yiannis ...

Most wine lovers enjoy buying extraordinary wines and cellaring them for long periods of time. The pleasure to try the wines during different stages of maturity is not only very educational, but also extremely rewarding for pure pleasure. In Greece, this is not the common thing to do; most wines are consumed ...

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Mark Squires, who among other countries covers Greece for Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, kindly gave me permission to link two articles he published and that are well worth reading. Greece's North: Xinomavro Santorini: Not just for the panoramas....go for the wine! Thank you very much Mark!