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Very good wine. Amazing surprise. The nose is just fantastic. I had a great time drinking it
This golden yellow Chardonnay from a winery in Drama, it has a very nice slight buttery nose. The palate varies a lot based on the temperature, when warm it is slightly acidic but when cooler it is nice and full bodied.
Big complex red with great tannins aftertaste that's been sitting in my wine rack after a trip to Greece 5 years ago – well worth the wait!
Very pleasant, elegant and complex aroma. Fresh mint, strawberry, red and tropical fruits. Fresh and balanced taste with a clean oak influenced development and ending.
Great with fish and garlicky salads
Great for the value fuity and earthy a bit sharp
Oh my goodness!! I'm usually not very interested in dessert wines but this one is so interesting. It has a molasses nutty favor. Reminds me of sweet, dark rum (but it's wine without doubt). It's aged in acacia barrels and the grapes are grown o...
Round fruity and citrusy palate. Lovely aromatic nose.
Very approachable with a soft tannin structure. Toned down fruit, but it's there. Worth trying if you haven't enjoyed a Greek wine as of yet.
The international wine critic “Jancis Robinson” and her team gave outstanding reviews for the Domaine Porto Carras wines.
We are very proud for this evaluation.
“Chateau Porto Carras 2007 was rated with the excellent 17/20 and is described as...
34% Xinomavro, 33% Krassato AKA Krasato new grape # 360 and 33% Stavroto new grape # 361 in our new, unique and or different grape in our current 400 grapes 'QUEST'. Label: Light red and purple color. Cedar and smoke on the nose, with a dried c...
Wow! Lots of interest
Very nice expression of Assyrtiko. Pretty honeyed yellow color. Nose is subtle with flint and a bit of melon and honey. Palate is clean predominated by lemon and a bit of orange peel. Some sweet vanilla from the barrel ag...
Goldenrod color, white flowers, apricot skin, vanilla. Dry citrus mouth feel, acidity pushes through the finish with a hint of tannin.
Think of Blink ……before you drink !!!!
Its truth!!!! Greek winemakers created this incredible wine!!
Earthy cherry, decent acids, nice tannins. Food wine. Limnio is ancient Greek grape mentioned by Aristotle from winery that has Greece' largest vineyard.
Drinks like a smooth, buttery Chardonnay. Subtle apple fruitiness – very bright nose with a very low-acid, juicy mouth feel. This was fantastic for our Greek dinner night – feta is an easy pair!
Pleasant enough, soft on the pallet with a good nose of plum and ripe berries. Not over powering and with a subtle, lingering finish. Lovely with a strong cheddar!
Good sunny lunchtime drinking. Fruity, and not too heavy.
Rich yet smooth, excellent choice for red meat.
Soooooo delicious red wine!!!
Smooth . It was great . Good value. I was surprised that it is from Greece.
Amazing white, changes my mind about Greek wine. I'm going to look for more.
Interesting, complicated red wine will make even the most skeptical to revise their view of the variety.
Another surprisingly good white from sani beach. Gooseberry with light fresh citrus notes. Perfect cold with sunshine Paired with Greek meze
Wow. Amazing layers of spice, flora's, and ripe pear. Sturdy acidity complimented the luscious flavors! Went perfectly with a gratis Happy Hour plate of grilled bread, Greek cheese, and Kalamata olives. Practically a meal! Who says Manhattan is...
Very interesting to taste such an amazing Nebbiolo in Greece
Dry, medium-full body. Would go fantastic with game meat. Needs a bit to breathe but once it has releases smoke, dark cherry, oak (I'd even dare to say hint of chocolate in the background). Slight spiciness, fruit on the palate
I don't know much about wine. All I know is that I really like this wine and it tastes good with everything . I usually prefer reds but this wine is so good, I will drink it! It doesn't bite the back of your mouth. It is not too sweet, not too ...