A fruity, medium-bodied red with a heritage that dates back to the Byzantine era, Danielis starts with aromas of fresh fruit and a touch of smoky spice. On the palate, it's balanced, with a good structure and freshness. A touch of spicy oak gives it dimension. The finish is lingering and full of character.
Reviews wines from Greece and Cyprus.
Executive Editor Susan Kostrzewa joined Wine Enthusiast in 2006, when she moved from Sonoma, California, to Manhattan. Kostrzewa has written and edited wine, food and travel stories for the past 14 years, and oversees all editorial direction of Wine Enthusiast Magazine and WineMag.com, in addition to the tasting programs. Kostrzewa co-edited the Wine Enthusiast Wine & Food Pairings book and has co-authored numerous books on wine and travel in her career. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org