A powerful and interesting red from ancient Macedonia in the far north of Greece. This is made from the xinomavro grapes native to the area - dense black fruit meets powerful minerality.
Xinomavro (or Xynomavro) is a dark-skinned grape variety widely planted in northern Greece. It is also cultivated to a lesser extent, the Macedonian Republic.
The variety is highly regarded in its native Greece as the finest red wine the country has to offer. With its characteristically high tannin and acidity, Xinomavro is structurally one of the biggest red wines in the Mediterranean, and indeed Europe.