Yoth Iria Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

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Category: Red Wine
Country: Greece
Type: Dry
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Vintage: 2015
Alcohol: 13,7%
Bottle: 750 ml

Greece
(legal alcohol age 18+)

Attica region: Free delivery

Rest of Greece:

  • 1 bottle
    5 euros
  • 2 bottles
    5 euros
  • 3 bottles
    6 euros
  • 4 bottles
    8 euros
  • 5 bottles
    9 euros
  • 6 bottles
    10 euros

Prices may vary depending the provider

Legal drinking age per country

  • 1 bottle
    26 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 2 bottles
    34 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 3 bottles
    40 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 4 bottles
    50 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 5 bottles
    56 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 6 bottles
    61 euros/Hellenic Post

Italy: 4 bottles – 38 euros/FedEx
6 bottles – 45 euros/FedEx

Romania: 6 bottles – 50 euros/FedEx

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Countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Estonia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Norway, Holland, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Czech Republic, Finland

Legal drinking age per country

For USA & Rest of World: Before order contact us for new rules from 01/01/2021

USA

  • 1 bottle
    26 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 2 bottles
    44 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 3 bottles
    60 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 4 bottles
    68 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 5 bottles
    76 euros/Hellenic Post
  • 6 bottles
    84 euros/Hellenic Post

Description

About the wine

Thanks to the refreshing morning breezes from the Ambracian Gulf, the Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards are able to achieve full maturity in spite of the high summer temperatures. The breezes are enhancing those black fruits with spicy tones reminding one of Syrah, as well as a finish of olive paste.

Suitable to accompany cooked meat and venison.
Recommended drinking temperature: 16-18 °C

About the Region

Argos Amphilochicum
Town: Amfilochia (in the northwestern part of Aetolia-Acarnania in Greece)

The Greek tradition in wine dates back at least 3000 years. The significance of the Acarnanian earth in high quality wine making was already mentioned in ancient Greek mythology. Oeneus, king of the city Calydon (in modern Aetolia-Acarnania), is said to have introduced wine making in the area. According to a legend he received the initial branch of grapevine from god Dionysus himself.

About Yoth Iria here

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
Production

The production procedure meets all international standards.

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