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Boutari Santorini 2015

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The famed grape Assyrtiko has been cultivated in the island of Santorini, Greece since ancient times. Handful of wine producers in the region have mastered a skill in working with this grape and making exceptional wines. BOUTARI has been making wine for over 134 years. It was established in 1879, has grown to become one of the most highly regarded wineries in Greece. Boutari owns six wineries in Greece located in some of the most important wine-making regions of Greece: Naoussa,Santorini, Peloponissos, Crete, Goumenissa, and Attica. They also own one winery in Southern France, within the wine region of Languedoc.Boutari has played a crucial role in preserving the viticulture in Greece and the evolution of Greek winemaking by introducing international winemaking techniques. Boutari winemakers have gained in-depth knowledge of the potential and the unique characteristics of the individual regions, by working with both indigenous Greek and international grape varieties.Distinctive citrus aromas and flavors. Nicely balanced acidity, round mouthfeel, medium bodied and lingering finish. This wine is perfect year round. Excellent pairing with seafood, poultry, white meat dishes and griiled foods.

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Boutari-wines.com is an informational site that promotes Boutari wines. The site was created by Greekwine.biz , the Greek wine portal that promotes presence for wineries around Greece by promoting their products and by sharing information since 2006. On this site you are able to inform your self about the History of the Boutari Group, read about the awards and ratings of the Boutari wines, loca... Read more
Boutari-wines.com is an informational site that promotes Boutari wines. The site was created by Greekwine.biz , the Greek wine portal that promotes presence for wineries around Greece by promoting their products and by sharing information since 2006. On this site you are able to inform your self about the History of the Boutari Group, read about the awards and ratings of the Boutari wines, locate the Boutari wineries.By signing up for our newsletter you will get all the Boutari Group updates as well as periodically discounts and offers for the Boutari wines. Boutari-wines.com is in collaboration with Iama Wine Store (www.iamatrade.com) the largest Greek wine retailer on the web that takes care of your orders world wide.All orders are placed through secure servers provided by Paypal to protect your privacy, you do not need to share your personal information to shop Boutari wines on line. We hope that you will find all you need about the Boutari Group here. Our mission is to inform and to serve. Read less

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The famed grape Assyrtiko has been cultivated in the island of Santorini, Greece since ancient times. Handful of wine producers in the region have mastered a skill in working with this grape and making exceptional wines. BOUTARI has been making wine for over 134 years. It was established in 1879, has grown to become one of the most highly regarded wineries in Greece. Boutari owns six wineries in Greece located in some of the most important wine-making regions of Greece: Naoussa,Santorini, Peloponissos, Crete, Goumenissa, and Attica. They also own one winery in Southern France, within the wine region of Languedoc.Boutari has played a crucial role in preserving the viticulture in Greece and the evolution of Greek winemaking by introducing international winemaking techniques. Boutari winemakers have gained in-depth knowledge of the potential and the unique characteristics of the individual regions, by working with both indigenous Greek and international grape varieties.Distinctive citrus aromas and flavors. Nicely balanced acidity, round mouthfeel, medium bodied and lingering finish. This wine is perfect year round. Excellent pairing with seafood, poultry, white meat dishes and griiled foods.

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