The 2014 Naoussa, a Xinomavro, of course, is basically declassified Uranos as that bottling will not be made this year due to a rather awful 2014 vintage. In declassifying, Apostolos Thymiopoulos told me that he only produced approximately 30,000 bottles here compared to a more typical 80,000. Between the declassification and the strict selection, this winds up having some merit. Far too light for Uranos, this is nonetheless a pretty respectable wine in general terms. The soft tannins and tasty fruit make it taste great. Its fruit-forward demeanor makes it seem closer to the winery's typical Young Vines offering than Uranos. There is just a little grip and some oak nuances. Overall, it is pretty nice, if precocious, able to be drunk on the younger side. (MS)
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