Posts tagged with ‘goumenissa’

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Chatzivaritis Estate, Goumenissa, Central Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Goumenissa, Central Macedonia. The idea of creating the Chatzivaritis vineyard and winery emerged in the early 1980s, when Vangelis Chatzivaritis and Olga Iakovidou were gathering together their friends each year at Goumenissa each year to bottle the year’s wine. The endless discussions at those meetings, in conjunction with their love of good wine, […]

Tatsis, Goumenissa, Central Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Goumenissa, Central Macedonia. Far away in place and time began the occupation of the Tatsis family with the vineyard and wine. Comes originally from the Ano Vodeno of the Eastern Romilia, an area which is vinicultural for centuries. In 1924 the refugee’s grandfathers chose as a place of establishment the village of Goumenissa which is […]

Aidarini winery, Goumenissa, Central Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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More info on Goumenissa, Central Macedonia. The family Aidarini lives, operates and produces fine wines in Goumenissa from the late 19th century. Being a living part of the winemaking traditions of this beautiful area, the family business, headed by Christos Aidarinis has owned vineyards and maintains strong partnerships with winegrowers area Designation of Origin (PDO). Aiming at continuous quality improvement of […]

Boutari Goumenissa, Central Macedonia.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Goumenissa, Central Macedonia. Origin Where does the wine history of Goumenissa start? At the Boutari Winery! The Boutari company revived winemaking and viniculture in the area of Goumenissa in the late 1980s, through financial support to local producers and its investment in the small, local, state of the art Winery. Filiria Boutari is produced here, […]

2010 Boutari Goumenissa

by Cornelius Wesseling

Tasted by GrapeRover. Bright dark pink. Light viscosity. Fresh, lively aromas of cherry, raspberry, and strawberry. Likewise flavors with vivid acidity. Juicy structure. Pleasant finish. (84 pts.) – Tasted 4/9/2012.

2010 Boutari Chardonnay

by Cornelius Wesseling

Tasted by GrapeRover. Bright, light golden yellow. Light viscosity. Typical charming aromas of lychee, pineapple with a waft of butter. On the palate some complexity in acidity versus sweetness. Accessible, playful, sympathetic. Light structure. Rather…

2007 Boutari Cabernet Sauvignon

by Cornelius Wesseling

Tasted by GrapeRover. Dark ruby red. Medium viscosity. In the nose a nice symphony of ripe black currant, plum, cherry, some cedar and spice. Gentil, elegant flavors of dark fruit and soft tannins. Smooth structure. Distinct finish. (85 pts.) – Tasted …