"The historical sweet desert wine. Harvested grapes are spread out in the sun to dry until their sugar density reaches 19-23 Baume. Once achieved, the
71dGreece » Santorini
Wine Advocate 93 "The 2018 Santorini Assyrtiko, the flagship 100% Assyrtiko is unoaked and comes in at 14% alcohol. This is textured and elegant, while still
71BGreece » Peloponnesus
Wine-making at low temperatures helps in the preservation of all the charateristic yet sensitive aromas of the Moschofilero grape. As a result, Fteri Moschofilero is
7cGreece » Macedonia
Jeb Dunnuck 90 “A smoking value as well as a custom blend by importer Eric Solomon and consultant Philippe Cambie, the 2015 Vranec Special Selection Old
"A refreshing, dry white wine with an aroma of enticing citrus, floral and melon notes. The texture is crisp, fresh and well-balanced by lush flavors
71cGreece » Santorini
It is a dry white wine made by the variety of Assyrtiko 100%, cultivated in the private vineyard located in Episkopi Gonia. The sedulous selection
71dGreece » Macedonia
Light yellow–green color. Complex nose beginning with intense aromas of exotic fruits and citron, continuing with compounding hints of white pepper and minerality. Well balanced
" Malamatina Retsina wine is the authentic Greek wine and it is produced using the exclusively Greek grape varieties "Savatiano" and "Roditis". Wine making is
71bGreece » Santorini
Wine Advocate 89 "The 2017 Aa is the typical Sigalas 75/25 blend of Assyrtiko and Athiri, unoaked and coming in at 14% alcohol. This has plenty
71dGreece » Peloponnesus
Wine Advocate 90 "The 2018 Moscofilero (as Skouras spells it) comes in with four grams of residual sugar, 6.6 grams of total acidity and 12% alcohol.
71eGreece » Santorini
As it stands today we say with confidence that the only wine you should be drinking from Greece is white wine. Like all the other
A dry, white wine made of the local Assyrtiko grape. The Gai'a winery makes these wines from Santorini and is perhaps the only winery we
26eGreece » Aegean Islands
The distillation of aniseed, water, alcohol and aromatic herbs results in a delightful and unforgettably delectable experience. "Kazanisto" Stoupakis is produced in the original traditional
Bright yellow-green color with strong Aromas of citrus and Citron, white flesh fruit and herbs. Crisp acity, body with good volume and elegant finish.
71bGreece » Macedonia
Wine Advocate 91 "The 2015 Ramnista is the winery's classic Xinomavro, aged for 18 months in 30% new French oak. It comes in at 13% alcohol.
"Deep ruby in color with an intense aroma of red fruits, marmalade, berry and cherry, this wine has a velvety taste and round texture. Flavors
"A striking color leads to an aromatic wine that features floral and tropical notes, along with stone fruit. Bright acidity and luscious fruit flavors highlight
Wine Advocate 87 "The 2018 Assyrtiko, the classic Santorini, is an unoaked monovarietal that comes in at 13.3% alcohol, 3.3 grams of residual sugar and 5.9
71cGreece » Nemea
" These two dominant varieties have been compatible for years and come from neighboring regions. Roditis Alepou originated from the mountainous Aigialeia, in approximately 1000
Tasting notes "A one-of-a-kind blend: Syrah with the indigenous red variety of Crete, the mighty Kotsifali Intense dark red, with a complex bouquet, reminiscent of forest fruits
Wine Advocate 90 "The 2015 Axia red is the typical and equal blend of Syrah and Xinomavro, aged for 12 months in an equal mixture of
Wine Advocate 89 "The 2018 Malagouzia Turtles Vineyard is unoaked, very dry and comes in at 13.1% alcohol. I'm not entirely convinced Greece has gotten this
The grapes for the Notios Red (AKA “The Southerner” in Greek) come from select, mature,low-yielding vines in the hills of the Koutsi region of Nemea.
Full bodied with fine tannins, complex aromas of red fruit, with hints of prune and leather. The mouth is well structured & balanced; it has
"Samos Ouzo: A light and pleasant ouzo that is produced by the Giokarinis family for over a century."
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