The most important grape of Naoussa, Greece where wine enthusiasts often cite the Xinomavro's similarities to the Nebbiolo grape and the collector-worthy wine's of Barolo.
- Body: Medium-Full
- Sweetness: Dry
- Tannin: High
- Acidity: High
- Alcohol: 13.5–15% ABV
An excellent food pairing wine with cheesy pastas, mushroom risotto, roast chicken and pork or even a dry-aged steak where the tannins help cleanse the palate.
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