Archive for September 2013

Boutari named @WineAndSpirits “winery of the year” for 17th consecutive year

September 19, 2013

We are thrilled to share the news that the Boutari “family of family wineries” has once again — for the 17th consecutive year! — been named one of Wine & Spirits “wineries of the year.”

All of the “wineries of the year” will be presented by the editors on October 15 in San Francisco at the publication’s “Top 100 Tasting,” featuring editors’ picks for the top 100 wineries in the world today, including the Boutari family.

Click here for tasting details and registration information.

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@Elloinos: “Boutari Naoussa is one of best bargains”

September 17, 2013

markus stolz

We loved this post last month by top Greek wine blogger Markus Stolz, “What Greek Wines to Drink in Greece.”

Here’s what he had to say about Boutari Naoussa:

“There is no doubt in my mind that Xinomavro is Greece’s finest red variety, and quite possibly belongs to Europe’s best, capable of greatness. The Boutari wine is one of best bargains money can buy. The wine has tremendous ageing potential and can be enjoyed for decades. As with Santorini’s Assyrtiko, the quality level from the other Naoussa based wineries starts at a high level and you can try any of them.”

Click here for the complete article and all of his recommendations.

Boutari Moschofilero on @1WineDude

September 4, 2013

one wine dude

We were thrilled to see Boutari Moschofilero reviewed on 1WineDude by Joe Roberts, one of our all-time favorite wine writers and author of one of the coolest wine blogs in the world.

“Floral & brighter than a lit sparkler on a dark Summer night,” writes Joe of the 2012.

Click here for the complete review and his rating.

And rock on, Joe. We LOVE your blog. 🙂


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