Shades of Pinot for Under $12

BoutariREDSome of my colleagues go wild over primo Greek reds that come through Vintages, but generally I find them to be tired, with a forced smoothness. But I’m enjoying this everyday guy that drinks a lot like a Pinot – seductive kisses of spicy/strawberry flavours. And a gentle touch. Of course I may be overstating, but I think you’ll find there’s lots of charm for the price. Lovely lazy-time drink, or partner for spicy/hot Tex/Mex foods. Agiorgitiko is a Greek red grape.

BOUTARI 11 Agiorgitiko, Nemea, Greece 172148 $11.95


(P.S. If you missed my recent review of Boutari’s white, read about it here)

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