by Markus Stolz

Tsolis, Messinia

byMarkus Stolz
February 23, 2009, 0 Comments

2007 Ampelou Gi white – VdP Messinia, Chardonnay, Roditis 14.5
Pale straw colour, quite an open nose of floral and buttery flavours. Medium deep on the palate, quite fresh. Exotic fruits and floral characters. Descent length. AVIN4196205855487
2006 Ampelou Gi red – VdP Messinia, 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Temranillo 17 Very dark purple colour, great nose of blackcurrants, vanilla and oak. Very open. On the palate medium to full bodied, lots of black berry fruits. Tannins are well structured. Very good. AVIN6691506285202
2004 Anny’s Animus Merlot red – VdP Trifilia, 100% Merlot 19+
Nearly black colour. Very impressive nose of truffels, rich and generous. Full bodied and explosive, the wine is bursting with red fruits and truffels. Good and solid tannin structure. Extremly rewarding, this will keep for decades. AVIN2349235837448
2003 Ktima Ftelia red – VdP Trifilia, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache rouge, Merlot 18
Fairly dark black cherry colour with a touch of maturity on the rim. Very open nose of prunes, chocolate and coffeebeans. Full bodied with rich black berry fruits and dark chocolate. Perfect to drink now, but will keep another 5 to 10 years. AVIN6095884147679
2001 Anny’s Animus Cabernet Sauvignon red – VdP Trifilia, 100% Cab. Sauvignon 19
Nearly black colour. Classic Cabernet Sauvignon nose of black berries, chocolate, truffels, vanilla and oak. Great palate with lots of rich fruit character, very long finish. A great Cabernet Sauvignon. AVIN6295532007878

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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.