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(2012) A terrific, big, bold and concentrated wine, with huge presence on the palate, silky tannins and a long, flavour packed finish.
(2012) Too much oak here? It is big, balsamic and even a touch seaweedy, though the huge fruit richness on the palate is impressive.
(2012) Plenty of oak here, but the fruit is equal, giving this really good vibrancy and a tangy freshness in the finish.
(2011) Lightly touched by vanilla and almond, quite straightforward apple aromas. Quite a lot of oak on the palate, with very classy toast and sesame seed, and a cool, restrained fruit coming trhrough. This is a strucured and beautifully pitched Chardonnay, and perphaps the classiest on the island.
(2011) One year in oak for this wine, which has quite a meaty, typically mourvèdre nose, with a touch of wild, gamy quality to deep-set black fruit. Very fine and svelte, with a plush, fine fruit on the palate.
(2011) Double gold winner at the 2009 Cyprus national wine competition, this is really very fine, and they have captured really good fruit and lovely silky concentration from the Maratheftiko. Good length too, in a very refines, characterful but elegant wine.
(2011) 92% Viura, 8% Malvasía, 6 months in a selection of European barrels from France, Hungary, Croatia and elsewhere. Vineyard is 60-80 years old, a mixed planting with red varieties. 13% Lovely nose with classy oak, not subtle but lovely quality. The fruit beneath is clean and bright with an orchard fruit dryness and on the palate, real tang and ripeness, lovely infill of more tropical notes. Long and delicious.
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