Stopped by Penelope’s last night for a greek meal before TIFF. When in a Greek restaurant, drink Greek. So this time we chose this wine. It’s dark in the glass and mild on the nose. On the mid pallet there are some mild varietal cab fruit flavors with a finish on the lighter side of medium. Some tannins and Oak are present. Alcohol is well under control. This is not a bad wine at all and went well with the roast leg of lamb I had. I would give it an 87-88. Sorry not sure which year they served.

From the LCBO web site:
LCBO 538074 | 750 mL bottle

Price: $ 17.00 Wine, Red Wine, 13.0% Alcohol/Vol.

Made in: Attica, Greece By: Farma Atalantis Agr S.A.

Tasting Note
Ruby red colour; fruity cassis nose with berry fruit flavours; full bodied with ripe cassis flavours and good acidity with light tannins in the earthy finish.

Serving Suggestion
Souvlaki, gyros or roast beef

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