Kamara, Nimbus Ritinitis Orange Retsina
An orange wine that really tastes of oranges, specifically we're talking clementine and tangerine here.
The traditional method of adding pine resin to wine has come a long way. This is subtle and complex, with a botanical aftertaste reminiscent of gin.
Place: Thessaloniki, Greece
What happens when an entire family is passionate for nature? They abandon city life and move to the countryside. This is thestory of Kioutsoukis family, who planted 11 hectares of vines (mainly Greek grape varieties: Assyrtiko, Malagousia, Roditis, Xinomavro) in northern Greece near Thessaloniki, an area well known from ancient times for its wines. Dimitrios with his daughter Ria and his sons Athanasius and Tolis carrying on the family tradition, and passionate about permaculture principles, use more than organic methods in viticulture and winemaking. Their main goal is to give birth to versatile wines that express both their philosophy and the terroir. Seeking the real taste of life, they therefore created Kamara, low intervention wines.