- Agiorgitiko, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
- Full Bodied
- 14.5% alc./vol
92 points - David Lawrason
This combines local agioritiko with cabernet sauvignon and merlot to create a deeply coloured, still youthful looking and fairly dense well made wine. The nose is very ripe with blackberry, violet, a touch of herbaceousness and spice. Vanilla is nicely tucked as well. It is medium-full bodied with some nerve and juiciness, and fine, firm tannin. The length is excellent. Still needs a couple of years. Tasted July 2022
91 points - John Szabo, MS
A "super Peloponnese" blend of local agiorgitiko with cabernet sauvignon and merlot, harvested very ripe and treated to two years ageing in barrique, this is smooth and polished wine, broad, round and satisfying. There's a highly appealing, savoury, sapid profile, with gently grippy tannins, almost fully enmeshed in the ensemble; acids are balanced and 14.5% alcohol warms the palate but fits in well overall. Very good length and depth. An excellent value all in all, drinking well now but no rush - cellar comfortably until late in the decade. Serve with salty protein for best effect. Tasted July 2022.
91 points - Michael Godel
As with the Goldvine this special cuvée is Peloponnese in origin but here the blend is cabernet sauvignon (and merlot) with local agiorgitiko. Not Nemea but the layering of the signature Greek red grape works seamlessly with the expatriate grapes. A bigger wine any way you look at or taste what's in the glass and though it seems a bit candied you simply can't ignore or deny the herbology within. Mint in double effect, brushy fauna throughout and then a waft of chocolate. Were the oak treatment just a bit restrained the land would shine even further and take this cuvée to another level entirely. Drink 2022-2026. Tasted July 2022.