Boutari Naoussa featured in D Magazine (Dallas) @DMagazine

“Today the Boutari Winery in Naoussa still produces some of the most highly regarded and traditional wine from the region,” writes D Magazine wine columnist Hayley Hamilton. “The Boutari Grande Reserve Naoussa is barrel aged for two years (minimum), and then bottle aged for an additional two years (minimum), though Boutari says they age theirs longer. I had a chance to try their 2000 Grande Reserve, and after the first taste it could have easily aged another 5-7 years and was filled with dried red fruit and chocolate with spice and dried tomato notes.”

Click here to read her article on Xinomavro and the wines of Naoussa.

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