Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Wining with Wines of Naoussa at Faith and Flower...
Back in June, the Goddess of Wine and JD were invited to attend an intimate tasting of the Wines of Naoussa at the lovely Faith and Flower restaurant in downtown Los Angeles. From the invitation: Wines of Naoussa presents 13 wineries pouring their Xinomavro wines. Xinomavro is the main and noblest indigenous red grape varietal of northern Greece. Its name reveals its basic features: high in acidity (Xino - sour), and deep almost black in color (mavro - black) with powerful tannins. This combination of high acidity and phenolic richness results in wines with the possibility of aging for many years. Wines made from Xinomavro have a complex and unique aromatic character, composed of fruity and vegetal aromas of tomato and olive.
Domaine Porto Carras will present their portfolio of ancient and indigenous varietals including Malagouzia, Assyrtiko, and Limnio as well as their varietal blends including Melesanthi, Magnus Baccata, and Chateau Porto Carras.
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Labels: Dalamara Winery, Diamantakos, Domaine Porto Carras, Elinos SA, Estate Chrisohoou, Foundi, Karydas, Kelesidis, Kir-Yianni, Kokkinos Stavros Vineyard, Melitzanis, Naoussa, Thymiopoulos, Vaeni
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