If the summer heat has you thinking pink, try reaching for a rosé made from Greece’s indigenous xinomavro. For our August issue, Tara Q. Thomas spoke with a few sommeliers who are making xino-believers of their diners. You can read that feature here. — the W&S Team
Very pale, this is a sleek, elegant rosé of xinomavro. Grown in the high altitudes of Amyndeon in northwest Greece, the wine’s red fruit has retained a cool freshness, the flavors touching on underripe strawberry and rhubarb. Notes of herbs lend freshness, but it’s the texture that makes the lasting impression, silken and expansive.
Diamond Importers, Chicago, IL
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This story appears in the print issue of August 2021.
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