Critic's Picks: Wine and Spirit's Top Values of 2013. We select some of the wines from the feature.
Critics' Picks: Wine and Spirit's Top Values of 2013
A rocky terroir with a breeze from the Andes that gives freshness and natural healing. Its high altitude and climate combine the ideal to achieve grapes ultimate quality and personality and place. This terroir is reflected in the wines of thrush through enology respect noninvasive fruit rather than wood, austerity rather than exuberance.
One of Wine and Spirits Top 100 Best Buys of 2013. "It's intensely cherried, sour and bright, with tobacco scents and mastika spice that leave it feeling cool and fresh. While the tannins are serious, the supple fruit washes over them, leaving the length of the wine the main evidence that they exist. - Tara Q. Thomas, Wine and Spirits Magazine
The Clava range, is their Reserve range of products. These wines display all the minerality and typology of the valleys of Casablanca and Leyda, for Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay in whites and Pinot Noir and Syrah in reds, together with the purest expression of aromas, flavors and intensity of each grape.
Featured in WIne and Spirits Top 100 Values of 2013. This legendary red robust dessert wine is aged in oak barrels for minimum of three years and is made as in 1191 AD by the Crusaders from late harvested, sun-dried Mavro and Xinisteri grapes, to retain the natural sweetness. 50% Mavro, 50% Xinisteri. Wine Region Commandaria in Limassol district, Cyrpus. Pair with cheese platters, desserts, and fruits.