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SYRAH BOUTARI


Type: Red, dry
Quality category: PGI IMATHIA (Regional Wine of Imathia)
Variety: Strict selection of grapes from the international variety Syrah
Winery: Naousa Winery
Region: Imathia

A variety planted in the region of Naoussa on an experimental basis during the 90s, in order to evaluate its adaptability to that particular microclimate. It has proven that when managed properly, it can produce spectacular results, in combination with the latest vinification techniques.
VINIFICATION:
Red vinification, aiming to exploit the potential of the variety.
 
LENGTH AND TYPE OF AGEING:
12 months in oak barrels
 
AEGING POTENTIAL:
10-12 years
 
CHARACTERISTICS:
Impressive ruby red colour, rich aroma of red forest fruit with blackberry and wild cherry prevalent, and a spicy character, dominated by the aromas of wood, pepper and smoke. Exceptional structure, rich body, intense tannins and a long aftertaste.
 
FOOD PAIRING:
Red meat dishes with sauces and yellow cheeses. Served at 16 -18 °C.

 
ΑWARDS:
2010INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION - THESSALONIKI GREECESILVER
2008INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION - THESSALONIKI GREECESILVER
2008SYRAH DU MONDESILVER
2007INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION - THESSALONIKI GREECESILVER
2006INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION - THESSALONIKI GREECEGOLD
2004INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION - THESSALONIKI GREECESILVER
2003VINALIES INTERNATIONALESGOLD
2001INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGESILVER
2001INTERNATIONAL WINE COMPETITION - THESSALONIKI GREECESILVER





 
 
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