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Alpha Estate Turtles Vineyard Malagouzia 2017 (Amyndeon, Macedonia, Greece)
Alpha Estate Turtles Vineyard Malagouzia 2017 (Amyndeon, Macedonia, Greece)
Retail Price: $24.00
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89 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The 2017 Malagouzia Turtles Vineyard is unoaked and comes in at 13.2% alcohol. As with most of the better versions of this grape, it is fun just to smell. It could, perhaps, use a little more intensity, but the purity of fruit is impressive, and the concentration is reasonable for the grape. Particularly enjoyable are the dry, controlled bursts of pear and peach mingling together on the finish. I wouldn't say this is their best-ever version, but it is still a hard-to-resist, refreshing white at a nice price. As always, drink it young and fresh for best results. It will be great this summer." - Mark Squires (29th Jun 2018)

Alpha Estate Hedgehog Vineyard Xinomavro 2015 (Amyndeon, Macedonia, Greece) - [RP 90] [WE 90, #99 Top 100 of 2018]
Alpha Estate Hedgehog Vineyard Xinomavro 2015 (Amyndeon, Macedonia, Greece) - [RP 90] [WE 90, #99 Top 100 of 2018]
Retail Price: $27.00
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90 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
"The 2015 Xinomavro Hedgehog Vineyard was aged for 12 months in an equal mixture of new and second use French oak and comes in at 12.8% alcohol. If you want to know why this region and grape have a reputation for acidity, this issue certainly shows you. This is one good example. Alpha's Axia is another and the Kir-Yianni Kali Riza yet a third. Silky yet fruity, without a lot of concentration but with enlivening lift to the fruit and plenty of power, this has all those old-school Xinomavro nuances of earth and amber to go with the big hits of acidity. These types of Xinomavro make me think "Nebbiolo" every time. In fact, this often seems to have more rusticity than Alpha's upper-level (and typically more refined) Vielles Vignes bottling. When these old-school types come down the road, you are best off letting them rest a bit and coming back in a few years. The acidity and tannins will preserve them for a long time, perhaps longer than expected, so there is no rush. This is a fine value that does a lot of great things that wines in this price category often do not—but you will need some patience, and it does have to be your style." - Mark Squires (29th Jun 2018)