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  • Offer 2020 ‘Orivatis’ Old Vine Savatiano, AkriotouWhite Wine

    2020 ‘Orivatis’ Old Vine Savatiano, Akriotou

    £1195 11% saving

    Made from the native Savatiano grape, this offers a complex and aromatic bouquet of ripe peach, quince, creamy vanilla and an intriguing hint of Turkish delight. Dry with perfectly balanced freshness, intense notes of grapefruit, pepper, ginger and wild mint lead to a long and spicy finish.

    The grapes are sourced from a single vineyard called ‘Plataies’, located in Plataea, a small village at the foot of the Kitheronas Mountain, in Central Greece. The vineyard is situated at an altitude of 250 to 320 metres elevation and during the autumn and winter months, cool air masses blow down from the mountains, carrying dew which refreshes the vineyard with crucial humidity. Cold winters, hot summers and long, dry autumns combine with long periods of sunshine to enable the grapes to reach excellent maturity and complexity. The Savatiano variety is suited to the hot, dry climate as it has excellent drought-resistant properties. The grapes for this wine come from old vines of 40 to 60 years, which are pruned according to the traditional Gobelet style and produce low yields of concentrated fruit.

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  • 2019 Kydonitsa, Monemvasia Winery TsimbidiWhite Wine

    2019 Kydonitsa, Monemvasia Winery Tsimbidi

    £1350

    Kydonitsa is Greek for quince and this wine is true to its name showing ripe quince and elegant aromas of tropical fruits. Creamy and full flavoured on the palate with a mouthwatering freshness and a long aromatic and sweetly spiced finish. Perfect with seafood, especially fresh lobster or grilled fish.

    Kydonitsa ( pronounced Ki-do-NI-tsa) is a rare, old local variety and one of the components of the legendary wine Malvasia. The vineyard is located on the peninsula of Maleus at the foothills of the Parnonas Mountain range at an altitude of 80 metres above sea level. Surrounded by the Myrtoo Sea to the North West and by the Laconian Gulf to the South West, the vineyard is influenced by a Mediterranean climate with high sunshine hours and coastal sea breezes. The soils are clay loam and rich in minerals. All these factors contribute in creating a unique terroir and the climatic conditions present an ideal environment for healthy vines, which are cultivated with minimal intervention.

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  • 2020 ‘Monograph’ Assyrtiko, Gaia WinesWhite Wine

    2020 ‘Monograph’ Assyrtiko, Gaia Wines

    £1495

    A youthful and refreshing Assyrtiko, with lifted citrus fruits, exuberant tropical fruits and a touch of honeysuckle. Fresh and zesty with a mineral backbone and lovely, crisp finish.

    The grapes for the Monograph Assyrtiko come from vineyards located in the semi-mountainous Koutsi region of Nemea. Unlike the bone-dry, volcanic soils of its native Santorini, the calcareous soils of mainland Greece impart an entirely different character to the varietal, giving it a wider range of exotic fruit flavours and aromas.

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  • Offer 2013 Monemvasios Red, Monemvasia Winery TsimbidiRed Wine

    2013 Monemvasios Red, Monemvasia Winery Tsimbidi

    £1495 17% saving

    A gloriously aromatic wine that is only released after significant bottle ageing.

    In the glass red fruit aromas complement complex notes of mocha, coffee, vanilla and nutty oak flavours. Round and balanced, with ripe tannins and a velvety texture that leads to a long finish.

    The Agiorgitiko (pronounced Ah-yor-YEE-te-ko) and Mavroudi (Mav-ROO-dee) vines are grown on the peninsula of Maleus at the edge of the Parnonas mountain range. The elevation of the vineyard ranges from zero to 500 metres. Surrounded by the Myrtoo Sea to the northwest and by the Laconian Gulf to the southwest, the vineyards are influenced by Mediterranean climate with high sunshine hours and sea breezes. The soils are acidic and are low in organic matter. All these factors contribute in creating a unique terroir and the climatic conditions present an ideal environment for healthy vines, which are cultivated with minimal intervention.

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  • 2020 ‘Ocean’ Thrapsathiri, Idaia WineryWhite Wine

    2020 ‘Ocean’ Thrapsathiri, Idaia Winery

    £1595

    A bright, uplifting wine, with delicate fruit aromas followed by a rich and charming palate beautifully balanced by a crisp finish.

    The indigenous variety of Thrapshathiri (pronounced Thrap-sah-THEE-ree) is grown in the Dafnes region, in vineyards located at an altitude of 400 to 500 metres above sea level. At this elevation, the cool Aegean summer breezes refresh the vines during the summer, when temperatures can reach 35°C. The cooler nights can drop to 15°C and this diurnal temperature difference retains natural acidity in the grapes, balancing this rich and intensely aromatic variety.

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  • 2015 Agiorgitiko by GaiaRed Wine

    2015 Agiorgitiko by Gaia

    £1695

    Gaia Estate is one of the pioneers of modern Greek wines and under the guidance of winemakers, Leon Karatsalos and Yiannis Paraskevopoulos they produce outstanding wines from traditional Greek varieties.  Agiorgitiko (pronounced Ah-yor-YEE-te-ko) is a fragrant red wine grape native to Greece’s Peloponnese peninsula.  It is the red grape of region Nemea, making silky smooth, fruit-packed reds with a velvety finish. This cuvée shows intense aromatic finesse evolving from ripe berries and gooseberry through to caramel and discreet oak nuances. Soft tannins underline a rich, well structured velvety body.

    The vineyards are located near Koutsi, a semi-mountainous village. The vineyards here are known for their chalky soils and good drainage. The cool temperatures, the ideal sun exposure and the steep inclination of the vineyards combine to produce lower yields than other parts of Nemea, but the berries have excellent concentration of flavour.

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  • 2021 Malagousia, Ktima GerovassiliouWhite Wine

    2021 Malagousia, Ktima Gerovassiliou

    £1975

    Expressive aromas of white pear, peach and lemon zest combine with floral hints. Opulent, with harmonious balance the palate offers a spicy, fresh and mouthwatering finish enveloped in a delicious flinty, mineral character.

    At Ktima Gerovassiliou, the single, private vineyard is cultivated with great care and enthusiasm, which leads to constant research and experimentation with Greek and international varieties. New technological advances blend well with tradition throughout the vine growing and vinification processes to produce high-quality wines that carry all the distinct characteristics of the terroir of Epanomi. The climate is Mediterranean with mild winters and hot summers, tempered by sea breezes. The vineyard is surrounded on three sides by the sea, which is three kilometres away, while its west side faces the Thermaic Gulf, Mount Olympus and the beaches of Pieria. The vines are grown in soils that are mainly sandy with a few clayey substrates and calcareous rocks. It is rich in sea fossils, as the surrounding hilly area was formed by sea deposits.

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  • 2020 Chardonnay, Ktima GerovassiliouWhite Wine

    2020 Chardonnay, Ktima Gerovassiliou

    £2250

    Another cracker from Evangelos Gerovassiliou, this Chardonnay is perfumed with aromas of melon, ripe pineapple and lemon combine with toasty butterscotch notes. Opulent, with a richly oaked texture, beautiful balance and spicy minerality on the finish.  The wine spent 7 months in French oak, which enhanced the creaminess and rich texture of this wine.

    The Chardonnay vines have been cultivated on the Gerovassiliou estate since 1983. The soil is mainly sandy with some clayey substrates and calcareous rocks. It is rich in sea fossils, as the surrounding hilly area was formed by sea deposits. The climate in the region of Epanomi is Mediterranean with mild winters and hot summers, tempered by sea breezes, as the vineyard is surrounded by the sea on three sides. This is a low yielding vineyard, which is meticulously cultivated in compliance with ecologically sustainable management practices.

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  • 2018 Avaton, GerovassiliouRed Wine

    2018 Avaton, Gerovassiliou

    £2295

    Avaton is a luscious blend of three Greek indigenous varietals, where ripe dark fruits combine with notes of raisin, coffee, cacao and a hint of spice. Perfumed and polished, this smooth, medium-bodied wine delivers sweet and sour notes of black plum, with depth and spice leading to a dry finish.  The grapes (Limnio, Mavrotragano and Mavroudi) are fermented in open oak casks, then aged 15 months in oak barrels.

    At Ktima Gerovassiliou, the single, private 74-hectare vineyard is cultivated with great care and enthusiasm, which leads to constant research and experimentation with Greek and international varieties. New technological advances blend well with tradition throughout the vine growing and vinification processes to produce high-quality wines that carry all the distinct characteristics of the terroir of Epanomi. The climate in the region of Epanomi is Mediterranean with mild winters and hot summers, tempered by sea breezes. The vineyard is surrounded on three sides by the sea, which is three kilometres away, while its west side faces the Thermaic Gulf, Mount Olympus and the beaches of Pieria. The vines are grown in soils which are mainly sandy with a few clayey substrates and calcareous rocks. It is rich in sea fossils, as the surrounding hilly area was formed by sea deposits.

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  • 2021 Viognier, Ktima GerovassiliouWhite Wine

    2021 Viognier, Ktima Gerovassiliou

    £2295

    This is one of the best Viogniers made outside the Northern Rhone. Barrel fermented in new French oak and aged on its lees, this is a fresh, concentrated, aromatic wine, bursting with complex flavours of peach, orange, lemon jasmine, herbs and pepper.

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  • 2020 Viognier, Ktima GerovassiliouWhite Wine

    2020 Viognier, Ktima Gerovassiliou

    £2495

    This is one of the best Viogniers made outside the Northern Rhone. Barrel fermented in new French oak and aged on its lees, this is a fresh, concentrated, aromatic wine, bursting with complex flavours of peach, orange, lemon jasmine, herbs and pepper.

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  • 2019 Chardonnay, Ktima GerovassiliouWhite Wine

    2019 Chardonnay, Ktima Gerovassiliou

    £2495

    2019 was an excellent vintage, being cited as perhaps one of the best of the past 20 years in Epanomi.  Perfumed aromas of melon, ripe pineapple and lemon combine with toasty butterscotch notes. Opulent, with a richly oaked texture, beautiful balance and spicy minerality on the finish.

    The wine spent 7 months in French oak, which enhanced the creaminess and rich texture of this wine.

     

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  • Offer 2020  ‘Thalassitis’ Assyrtiko, GaiaWhite Wine

    2020 ‘Thalassitis’ Assyrtiko, Gaia

    £2500 18% saving

    This wine is made from Santorini’s indigenous grape variety Assyrtiko (pronounced Ah-SEER- tee-koe) which is renowned for combining full flavoured maturity while retaining considerably high acidity. The grapes are produced exclusively from vineyards in the Episkopi, Akrotiri and Pyrgos regions, at elevations of between 50 to 250 metres above sea-level.

    The vines are between 70 to 80 years old(!!) and produce a bone dry wine, with an explosive mineral core surrounded by delicate notes of fresh lemon zest and floral hints. Refreshing with a crisp, mineral finish.

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  • 2020 Ovilos, Biblia ChoraWhite Wine

    2020 Ovilos, Biblia Chora

    £2995

    Biblia Chora is one of the newest estates on the Greek scene.  Evangelos Geravassiliou and Vassilis Tsaktsalis are two of the best white winemakers in Greece.  The vineyards are based in Kavala, the second-largest city in the north of Greece, where the excellent soil and microclimate provide long growing seasons. They make cutting edge, world-class wines. 

    This 2020 is a blend of 50% Semillon and 50% Assyrtiko grapes.   The distinctive and characteristic aromas of apricot and honey from the Semillon blend perfectly with the citrus and lemon notes from the Assyrtiko, with nuances of vanilla and nutty hints adding complexity. Elegant, with a creamy texture, this stylish wine is beautifully balanced by refreshing palate which leads to a long finish.

    Located in the coastal region of Pangeon, Biblia Chora’s privately owned estate vineyard is situated at 380 metres altitude and extends over 78 hectares. With the striking Pangeon Mountain as the backdrop and the sea breeze coming from the Aegean Sea in front the estate, the vines thrive in this mild, Mediterranean climate which is characterised by mild winters and cool summers. The wide diurnal temperature range encourages a long, slow maturation of the grapes, concentrating the flavours in the berries. The vineyard is cultivated according to strict ecological agricultural standards in order to respect the environment and local flora and fauna.

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  • 2020 Wild Ferment Assyrtiko, GaiaWhite Wine

    2020 Wild Ferment Assyrtiko, Gaia

    £3500

    This is probably the best Assyrtiko made in Greece and therefore anywhere!  A highly complex, aromatic nose and funky nose, with citrus notes combining with floral hints from the acacia wood, vanilla, toasty oak and a touch of smoke. The layers of wild ferment envelop this precise and dry wine which has a mineral and salty complexity to the tangy finish. This is a truly unique wine.

    The Assyrtiko vineyard is located in Santorini and the terroir is recognised worldwide for its tremendous historical roots, as the vineyards in this area date back 3,000 years. The low-yielding, 80-year-old, self rooted vines are grown in soils that are poor in organic matter. The high sand content has ensured they have never been affected by phylloxera. The soils are also volcanic: porous with a high mineral content, which imparts the mineral quality to the wine. The long sunshine hours, lack of rainfall, sea mists and strong summer winds all contribute to the unique microclimate. The surrounding Aegean Sea acts as a “climatic buffer” that softens the climate, so the extreme conditions are reduced. The vines are trained on traditional basket-shaped systems called “kouloura”.

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