100% Xinomavro. Light ruby in color. This looks like it will be a lighter wine, then boom. The nose has bitter sour cherries (in a good way) with some black olive and spice. On the palate, this is light bodied but packs a lot of flavor on that thin frame. Ripe cherries, firm tannins. In the style of Nebbiolo but not. Nice finish. There is a nice backbone of acidity if not pronounced. It should work well with a wide variety of foods, especially fowl. 13.5% Alc. Retails for $20 which is a great deal for a very good wine and also something a bit different.