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Retsina Malamatina is created only from the Greek grape assortments of Savatiano and Rhoditis. Vinification takes after the white wine-production technique under controlled temperatures and by choosing just the "mosto yema" or "bloom must" from the grapes to accomplish the wine's one of a kind shading, fragrance, flavor and quality.
Kretikos Boutari is the principal wine that prevailing outside the outskirts of the island and advanced the capability of the neighborhood white assortments and by and large of the Cretan vineyards. A fruity wine that is a perfect decision for your every day supper.
A light bodied, fruit forward red with notes of red cherry. An ideal accompaniment to pastas, roasted meat dishes and spicy cheeses.
Vibrant red color, with pleasant aromas of sweet red cherry and strawberry fruit. Mild taste with soft tannins, good acidity, very good balance and long aftertaste.
Shiny yellow-silver colour with aromas reminiscent Aegean loukoumi (delight). Playful sparkles and progressive delicate lemon acidity. The long and fine aftertaste of Fayette peaches and freesias confirm its noble origin.
Lazarides Magic Mountain Red 2009, Greek wines, Intense, dark red shading. Rich sense of taste with fragrances reminiscent of red woods natural product. An ideal mix of flavors, which mix with the fragrances of the barrel. Rich character, heavenly many-sided quality.
A crisp, punchy white from the native grape Malagouzia, this wine exhibits fresh herbs, Meyer lemon peel, and white flowers on the nose. That palate has notes of green almond, lemon curd and and a pure mineral finish.
Brilliant yellow shading with distinctive greenish features. Serious durable fragrances reminiscent of yellow-white organic products like peach, green apple, pear and jasmine with sensitive home grown notes. Crisp taste, with a wonderful volume and adjusted acridity adorned by zesty notes and a lime lingering flavor.
Mavroudi is sourced frame their Maronia vineyards. A profound ruby in shading, it is an extraordinary case of this varietal as developed in this microcllimate. On the nose, there is an intense bunch of red natural products, inconspicuous notes of sweet flavors and an insight of vegetality (particularly when the wine is youthful). The sense of taste adjusts the corrosiveness with the red natural product character, while the eminent tannins are mixed with more exquisite kinds of vanilla and sweet flavors.
An alluring developing nose that begins off as cream and pineapples and changes to herbaceous. Medium bodied and very dry, the wine coats the sense of taste with mineral flavors supplemented by lemon citrus. Great sharpness to face nourishment, and the fresh flavors last. It has a pleasant complete with citrus notes.
Nicely focused with some elegance and finesse, this shows well at the moment, subtly concentrated and lingering on the finish. Pleasing, if not of exceptional, it should drink well for the rest of the decade, at the least.
Santorini's volcanic soils and windswept vineyards combine to create thrilling white wines like this one. It's marked by the scent of seashells and lemon zest, and despite its light body has a surprisingly silky texture.
The light and fruity Roditis is one of the oldest and most renowned Greek grapes, features the aroma of basil and ginger, with fruity flavors of apple and tropical fruits. Light and delicate in the mouth, with a lingering finish.
The clear corrosiveness of profoundly regarded Greek Xinomavro (corrosive dark) grape is mellowed by the enjoyably fragrant Negoska. Developed in oak barrels for 12 months, and afterward a half year longer in the container, the aftereffect of this maturing is an fragrantly unpredictable wine, transcendently scented by brier natural products, finely nuanced with notes of flavor, tomato, olive, and vanilla. Full bodied on the sense of taste, fragrant, lavishly tannined, and with a persisting completion.
A lovely, aromatic nose of flowers, fresh white fruits and citrus leads this delicate white. Crisp acidity and a touch of richness give the wine both complexity and a food-friendly edge.
The vivid acidity of highly esteemed Xinomavro grape is softened by the pleasantly aromatic Negoska. Matured in oak, the result of this aging is an aromatically complex wine, predominantly scented by bramble fruits, finely nuanced with notes of spice, tomato, olive, and vanilla. Full bodied on thepalate, aromatic, richly tannined, and with an enduring finish.
The clear Greek grape Xinomavro (truly "corrosive dark") gives sharpness and
nerve, restrained by rich and voluminous Cabernet Sauvignon. Strongly red with
flashes of carmine, unpredictably fragranced by brier foods grown from the ground zest, it is full-bodied to the sense of taste and fragrant, with delicate tannins and a round persistent flavor.
Intense, shiny, yellow-green colour. Great aromatic intensity at the nose, with ripe, fresh fruit, depth and complexity. Medium body but wonderful thickness, bound with freshness. Long, ripe finish.
Deep red, velvety in colour. Intense aromas of red berries, cinnamon and wood, storing it in the bottle gives it a unique complexity. Ripely tannic, rich, full as well as gentle.
Thick and invulnerable ruby shading at an exceptionally fascinating mix of two worldwide assortments. Develop and rich bunch of fiery fragrances, with indications of violets and berries, plum stick, oak wood and tobacco. Full and powerful mouth feel, with grandiose tannins and a long persistent flavor with indications of white pepper.