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89
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Skouras 2011 Georges Skouras Moschofilero (Peloponnese)

  1. $15
A soft lemon note mingles with touches of spice, sea salt and ripe white fruit on the nose of this snappy but sophisticated Moschofilero. Clean, fresh and spicy white-fruit flavors and a pert finish give this wine poise, but there’s still enough fruit to add dimension. It’s versatile with food, too.  — S.K.  (9/1/2012)
89
points

Skouras 2011 Roditis-Moscofilero White (Peloponnese)

  • Best Buy
  1. $10
Aromas of candied fruits, flowers and a perky citric edge give this white a fun and exotic feel. On the palate, soft flavors of lemon curd, orange marmalade, fresh fruit and spice are in balance and will appeal to fans of a slightly less-dry Greek white. Pretty and easy drinking.  — S.K.  (9/1/2012)
89
points

Skouras 2010 Georges Skouras Moscofilero Moschofilero (Peloponnese)

  • Editors' Choice
  1. $15
Lush tropical fruit and fragrant white flowers lead this balanced, pretty white from Skouras. On the palate, lemon, pear and peach are buoyed by a great acidic spin. The briny sea salt finish adds a delicious touch. Pair with grilled octopus, fish.  — S.K.  (6/1/2011)
88
points

Skouras 2008 Synoro Red (Peloponnese)

  1. $28
This Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Agiorgitkio blend is both authentic and versatile, with aromas of strawberry, cinnamon and cedar and robust flavors of mocha, cigarbox and red cherry balancing a firm acidity. A touch of smoke and leather adds earthy appeal. Pair with burgers or grilled lamb.  — S.K.  (3/1/2014)
88
points

Skouras 2010 Cuvée Larsinos Viognier (Peloponnese)

  1. $21
Apricot, citrus and honey notes lead this impressive Viognier from Greece. On the palate, it shows good balance of white fruit, flower and pineapple notes. An elegant and unique selection.  — S.K.  (4/1/2013)
88
points

Skouras NV Labyrinth 9906 Megas Oenos Red (Peloponnese)

  1. $120
This earthy, spicy red has an Old World feel, with its allspice, new leather and black fruit aromas, and a flavor of savory spice. An ageworthy bottling with indigenous character, this wine will be should fantastic with grilled or dried meats and savory lamb.  — S.K.  (9/1/2012)
88
points

Skouras 2008 Megas Oenos Red (Peloponnese)

  1. $26
With raspberry and vanilla notes and a pretty finish of cherry, this is a full and friendly red that should pair with everything from casual burgers to beef Bourgogne.  — S.K.  (9/1/2012)
88
points

Skouras NV Labyrinth 9905 Megas Oenos Red (Peloponnese)

  1. $150
Smoked sausage, red currant and spice on the nose are followed by a rustic beefy, allspice quality on the palate. Black pepper, cedar and smoke mingle in an overall elegant but assertive medium-bodied red. A dry finish tops it off.  — S.K.  (6/1/2011)
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