Whether its winning the Winery of the Year award or winning over more fans with its prized blends or even taking the pages of Forbes magazine, Boutari wines promise to offer connoisseurs attending this year’s Oenorama wine show on March 7-9 at the Zappeion Megaron, an intoxicating experience.
Boasting one of the country’s finest cellars, the Boutari Winery will present this year a large number of aging cellar wines dating back to the 1980s, 1990s, 2000 and even some from 1975 and 1977.
At the same time, during the Oenorama event, wine lovers will have the chance to taste other varieties, new blends as well as wines having undergone different aging procedures, all from Boutari’s rich roster.
Founded in 1879, Boutari is one of the country’s oldest and best-selling brands domestically and abroad. The company’s philosophy is based on the direct feedback from the consumer.
This year’s Oenorama event features some 130 wineries and their products. In the meantime, 30 contemporary artists have been invited to “transform”wine barrels into art.