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A wine through which the Boutari Company has promoted the viticultural area of Goumenissa. Goumenissa is a typical example of qualitative and quantitative control of the grapes which is reflected in the wine itself.
Visual: Medium deep red, with enough brick red tile all over its volume
Aroma: Medium-intensity aromas of mature red fruit and dry fig that intensify when shaking the wine glass to give sundried tomato, spices and a bit of oak.
Taste: Mouth of medium body with good balance of alcohol and acidity, tannins that soon make their appearance and together with the expected aggressiveness predominate in the aftertaste while the botanical character in the form of tomatoes gives it identity
Dishes: It fits neatly with a beef stew with rice or spaghetti in tomato sauce, “sutzukakia” in red wine sauce, barbecue “xoriatiko” sausage
Boutari Winery is one of the most historic and largest wine companies. Since 1879, it has laid the foundations for the development of quality wine and has contributed to the revival and development of indigenous wine varieties by investing in innovative products & services. Its operation in 35 countries around the world, as well as the multitude of distinctions it has received and exceeds 540 to date, make it the ambassador of quality wine in Greece and abroad. In this context, it has been awarded 18 times as Winery of the Year by the important American wine magazine "Wine & Spirits" and has been ranked in the top six of the best wineries in the world. The company Boutari has wineries in Greece in the areas: Naoussa, Goumenissa, Crete, Santorini and Mantineia, while in Attica has been cooperating since 1980 with the wine-maker Roxani Matsas and her estate in Kantza.