by Markus Stolz

Nemea Coop, Nemea

byMarkus Stolz
February 23, 2009, 0 Comments

All the wines are very elegant and feminin in style and offer superb value for money.
2008 Fetino red – VdP Peloponnese, 100% Agiorgitiko 14
Very bright and deep purple colour. The wine is Beaujolais like in style. The nose shows lots of strawberry and cherry character. It is best served a little cooler. The palate has explosive fruits. It is great value for money. AVIN8256683898881
2007 Nemea Special red – Nemea AOC, 100% Agiorgitiko 14
Medium deep red cherry colour, lots of red fruits, also some earth. Light to medium bodied with expressive fruit flavours. Very pleasing, easy drinking. AVIN2426468679691
2006 Nemea VQPRD red – Nemea AOC, 100% Agiorgitiko 16
Medium do deep black cherry colour, a step up from the Special. Cherry aromas, smoky oak flavours, well structured with a good portion of soft tannins. AVIN7627104467299
2005 Dikteos red, Nemea AOC, 100% Agiorgitiko 16
Medium deep red cherry colour. Elegant nose of strawberries and cherries. Feminin on the palate, this is a very elegant wine that has a good lenght. Drinks very well now. AVIN6845795410184
2005 Reserve red – Nemea AOC, 100% Agiorgitiko 16.5
Dark red cherry colour, still pinkish on the rim. Elegant aromas of blackcherries and spices. Rich fruits on the palate, coupled with a fistful of tannins. Good texture, lasts long. Will keep. AVIN0866435271565
2003 Grand Reserve red – Nemea AOC, 100% Agiorgitiko 17
Medium deep bright red cherry colour, no maturity on the rim. The wine was kept for 2 years in barrel and 2 years in bottle. Elegant nose of herbs, red fruits and earth. The palate shows complex layers of cherries, good tannins and a fine structure. AVIN4269024792117
2006 Nemea Semi Sweet VQPRD red – Nemea AOC, 100% Agiorgitiko 14
Medium deep red cherry colour. Nose dominated by strawberries. Medium bodied, summerfruits and strawberries. Medium length. AVIN5205976741819

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About Markus Stolz

Over the last years, I have come to really appreciate Greek wines. There are many grape varieties that exist only in Greece and I have the good fortune of being able to try them all. I wish to share my enthusiasm with wine lovers around the world, who often limit themselves to maybe four red and four white grape varieties for most of their life.