The big name in Domaine Skouras. Here is how the producer describes it: “In a foudre barrique of 1.000 l, sequent vintages of Megas Oenos mature together. In 2001, this foudre barrique was first filled with the final blend of Megas Oenos 1999. Since then, every year, and after the final blend of the Megas Oenos vintage comes on the market, a specific amount of the wine in the foudre barrique is taken away and the barrique is filled again with this blend of Megas Oenos. The wine matures in the barrique until the next vintage of Megas Oenos comes out from the new French barriques that has matured for 18 months. The wine matured for 12 months in bottles in the winery cellar before it came on the market. The color is deep purple with some brick-colored hues. On the nose it is mature, concentrated, dense, and with immense complexity. Aromas are focused on ripe red fruits (morello, blackberries and cherries) along with spicy characteristics such as clove, cinnamon and black pepper. Hints of herbal aromas and cedar are revealed. On the mouth it is full bodied, smooth and silky, with well-structured tannins and vivid acidity: so mature and yet so young. flavours are consistent with the aromas and become even more powerful. The aftertaste is elegant, powerful, complex, and seems to last for ever.” I can only add the immense pleasure I got from drinking this wine. Bravo!