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Tsantali Rapsani 2013

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There are 3 user submitted reviews for this wine.

Douglas McMillan rated this wine as 85/100 with the following review:

Medium garnet with aromas of raspberry, strawberry, young red cherry and a touch of green pepper and baking spices. Medium-low acidity, a touch of young tannins, and a taste centred around red cherry. This is from non vitis vinifera grapes, so you should not expect it to taste precisely like those varietals, and in my books, keep that in mind when you're tasting it. For me, this is a young, lively, medium-light wine that's a little out of the ordinary, perfect for vegetarian dishes, especially with roast celery and carrots.
Rachelle O'Connor rated this wine as 87/100 with the following review:

Lots of green pepper, burnt oak, cherry and earth on the nose. Hearty fruit on the palate with a bit of tomato - blend of grapes: Xinomavro, Krassato, Stavroto. Lovely with full flavored cheeses.
Emilie Ryan rated this wine as 82/100 with the following review:

Presentation: Classic label with a nice colour palate and font. Nice presentation
Appearance: Light ruby towards garnet (slight orange tinge) colour
Nose: Leather, green bell pepper, mint, rhubarb, black pepper, smoke, peas
Taste: Dry, high acidity, medium tannins, light body, sour red fruit, leather, spices (black pepper)
Finish: Short, earth
Overall impression: A decent wine that would go well with high acidity foods (e.g., tomato-based). Could go well as a sipping wine by the fire with some cheese or dark chocolate.
Value: 5/5

Natalie's Review

Tsantali Rapsani 2013, Thessalia, Greece: Juicy with racy acidity and aromas of dark cherry and spice. Medium-bodied and smooth. Pair with tangy dishes and tomato sauce. Drink: 2015-2019. 392167 13% XD 750 mL  $13.20 Score: 87/100. January 8, 2017 Best Value Red Wine.  Full Review




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