GREECE

Greece is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. The earliest evidence of Greek wine has been dated to 6,500 years ago where wine was produced on a household or communal basis. In ancient times, as trade in wine became extensive, it was transported from end to end of the Mediterranean; Greek wine had especially high prestige in Italy under the Roman Empire. In the medieval period, wines exported from Crete, Monemvasia and other Greek ports fetched high prices in northern Europe.

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  1. A-GRAFO KONTOZISIS 2018 RODITIS ORANGE PGI KORDITSA, A-GRAFO MOUNTAIN, THESSALY, GREECE

    Item #: i_372579
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Winemaker Andreas Kontozisis made this delicious orange/amber wine from organically farmed Roditis. The grapes were macerated for 35 days in stainless steel; the fermentation, with the indigenous yeast, lasted 15 days. The wine was bottled unfiltered and without added sulfur.
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  2. ACROTERRA WINERY 2017 SANTORINI ASSYRTIKO 90%; AIDANI 7%; ATHIRI 3%

    Item #: i_372514
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    The vineyards are located adjacent to the villages of Pyrgos and Megalochori. Ungrafted vines over 80 years old which are not irrigated. The microclimate in Santorini is characterized as semi-desert clima, hot during the day and cooler at night. The vineyards benefit from the sea air and humidity. Aromas of lemon-lime zest and pure volcanic earth Saline Chalky Crispy acidity Minerality Long aftertaste and balanced acidity.
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  3. ANATOLIKOS VINEYARDS 2017 ORANGE WINE ASSYRTIKO AND MALAGOUZIA

    Item #: i_372515
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Enjoy a glass of Natural Orange wine from ANATOLIKOS VINEYARDS Orange/amber color with earthy and complex aromas of nuts and... roasted almonds, dried fruits, citrus jams, acacia honey, tea and spices. Soft tannins with balanced acidity, complex and lingering finish. Assyrtiko and Malagouzia.
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  4. APLA 2018 DRY ROSE OENOPS WINES, DRAMA, GREECE

    Item #: i_372513
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    This outstanding dry rose is made from a blend of organically farmed Xinomavro, Limniona and Cabernet Sauvignon. On the nose you find notes of strawberries and cherries. On the palate the fruit is rich but the wine is crisp and dry on the smooth, clean finish. The grapes were fermented in stainless steel or concrete tanks and the wine was aged on its lees for 4 to 6 months before bottling.
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  5. ARGYROS 2011 VIN SANTO 500 ML, GREECE

    Item #: i_300032
    Bottle Size: 500ml
    80% Assyrtiko, 10% Athiri and 10% Aidani.
    The grapes are sun-dried and the wine is aged in barrel for 5 years. Dark, rich and sweet yet balanced.
  6. ARGYROS 2017 ASSYRTIKO, SANTORINI

    Item #: i_300039
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Assyrtiko is a grape variety native to Santorini and considered by many to be the finest Greek white grape. Decanter praises this fascinating white's aromas of "sea shells, pungent lemon zest, white flowers, volcanic ash and salt notes." In the mouth they found this very dry white "mouthfilling and complex with lingering intensity." We love this white's richness balanced with crisp minerality on the finish. Try this with savory appetizers, fried calamari and grilled fish.
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  7. BARAFAKAS 2012 APOCALYPSIS, NEMEA

    Item #: i_372344
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    One of the new generations of winemakers in Nemea, Chris Barafakas ages this Agiorgitiko in oak barrels. With just the right amount of oak this Nemea is distinguished for its fruit and soft tannins. A very fresh style from a producer to keep an eye on.
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  8. DASKALAKI SILVA 2017 EMPHASIS PLYTO & SAUVIGNON BLANC, CRETE

    Item #: i_372411
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    ORGANIC FARMING

    Gold color with greenish tinges; complex nose with a fruity character and hints of citrus; rich mid-palate and good finish.
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  9. GAIA RITINITIS (RETSINA)

    Item #: i_372347
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Eric Asimov, writing in the New York Times, describes Gaia as "one of Greece’s best modern wineries." Since 1998, Gaia's winemaker and founder, Yiannis Paraskevopoulos has been trying to redefine retsina as a proud custom rather than a genre to be shunned. Mr. Paraskevopoulos makes the Gaia Ritinitis from Roditis grapes — "which can make fresh, spicy wines — grown at relatively high altitudes, 2,300 to 3,300 feet above sea level. He also paid close attention to the quality of the resin, he said, making sure it was especially fresh. The result was a refreshing, invigorating wine, with a bright pungency that seems ready-made for Greek cooking in all its garlicky, herbal glory. Though retsina is primarily a white wine (and occasionally a rosé), it goes beautifully with roasted lamb, its punchy flavors refusing to knuckle under to the savory meat. I have also found retsina to be a wonderful partner for spicy Indian food."
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  10. HELEXO RETSINA 750ML GREECE

    Item #: i_372498
    Bottle Size: 750ml
  11. KARAMOLEGOS 2017 ASSYRTIKO #34 ANCESTRAL VINES, SANTORINI

    Item #: i_372385
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Many wine lovers looking for crisp dry whites with citrus and mineral flavors have discovered the grape variety Assyrtiko. The best Assyrtikos are from the volcanic Greek island of Santorini where wine has been made for thousands of years.

    Decanter 2019 World Wine Awards 93 points. - Pale green-gold in colour,with finely composed and settled aromas in which the quiet, understated sour-green fruit of the Assyrtico variety mingles with the distinctive crushed or powdered yet faintly burnt stone scents of Santorini's fine tephra soils. On the palate, this is an unusually broad, structured, almost thick-textured Assyrtico with the same profoundly satisfying combination of sour-green fruit and 'mineral' wealth; the wine has a notably saline edge, too. An outstanding summary of this unique terroir.
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  12. KOURTAKI NV MAVRODAPHNE

    Item #: i_372441
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Mavrodaphne (or Mavrodafni) of Patras is not a winery, but a type of wine produced around the city of Patra, in Peloponnese, Greece. This is a deep, dark and sweet fortified wine, similar to Port, although it is made in a solera system (younger wine is added to older wine) like that of Sherry. The wine is produced from the grape of the same name.
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  13. SIGALAS 2018 ASSYRTIKO, SANTORINI, GREECE

    Item #: i_372455
    Bottle Size: 750ML
    Wine Advocate: 93
    Domaine Sigalas was founded in 1991 by Paris Sigalas, Christos Markozane and Yiannis Toundas. Initially, Sigalas made his wine at the converted Sigalas family home. In 1998 a new vinification, bottling and aging unit was built in a privately owned area of Oia, on the northern part of Santorini.

    Sigalas has been a pioneer in the organic viticulture and has participated in a government organic farming methods program since 1994. Paris Sigalas remains committed to the founding principles of Domaine Sigalas - a creative relationship with the tradition, the Santorini Vineyards as well as the use of the best in winemaking technology and experience.
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  14. SKOURAS 2016 SAINT GEORGE

    Item #: i_306863
    Bottle Size: 750ML
    This Skouras red displays aromas of dark berries; on the mouth there are blackberry and plum flavors leading to a clean dry finish. One of the most noble of the Greek red grapes, Aghiorghitiko (St. George) is grown mainly in the AOC region Nemea in the Peloponnese. It produces wines that stand out for their deep red color and remarkable aromatic complexity and soft tannins.
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  15. SKOURAS 2018 MOSCOFILERO PGI PELOPONNESE, GREECE

    Item #: i_372462
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Wine Advocate: 91
    Aromatic with aromas of white flowers and white peaches, the Skouras 2018 Moscofilero has good fruit in the mouth yet a clean and crisp finish. It is a dry wine with a lively feel and vivid flavor. Sourced from vines at 650 meters, this is always crisp and elegant. The fruit is always elevated. Then, it just coats the palate, despite its elegant demeanor. It lingers beautifully on the long, dry finish.
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  16. SKOURAS 2018 ZOE RED PELOPONNESE 90% AGHIORGHITIKO (ST. GEORGE);10% CABERNET SAUVIGNON

    Item #: i_372372
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    The Skouras Zoe Red is made from 90% Aghiorghitiko and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from 20-year-old vines grown in clay and sandy soils at 500 meters of elevation in the Peloponnese. The wine is fermented in stainless steel vats after a short maceration. It undergoes full malolactic fermentation and short ageing over fine lees. The color is brilliant: medium-strength violet with pink hues. On the nose it is vivid and intense with aromas of black cherries, blackberries, hints of plums, violets and dried herbs. On the palate it has medium body, moderate acidity with smooth tannins – all in harmony. The aftertaste is moderate with a gentle note of anise seed.
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  17. VOURVOUKELI 2017 THRACE, GREECE

    Item #: i_372342
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    An aromatic white wine variety, Malagouzia, has been brought back to the center of attention by winemakers such as Vourvoukeli. This 100% Malagouzia is well rounded and full of freshness and acidity. All Vourvoukeli wines are organically farmed.
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  18. VOURVOUKELI ESTATE 2016 LIMNIO PGI AVDIRA, THRACE, GREECE

    Item #: i_362604
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Limnio, one of Greece’s oldest grape varieties, has a similar alcohol level and spiciness to the Merlots and Syrahs familiar to the American wine palate.

    Winemaker Giorgos Vourvoukelis applies modern winemaking techniques to perfect a fresh style of Limnio. Get acquainted with this must-try and see why many are calling it "The Best Red Wine of 2018."
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  19. ZAFEIRAKIS 2018 MALAGOUSIA TYRNAVOS, GREECE

    Item #: i_372604
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    NEW YORK TIMES : "A new generation of Greek producers is nurturing obscure, indigenous grapes like the white malagousia. This bottle, from Christos Zafeirakis in Trynavos in the Thessaly region, is zesty, peachy and balanced, with lingering flavors that will go well with seafood." --Eric Asimov

    The Zafeirakis family has been growing grapes in the Tyrnavos appelation for more than 100 years. After he completed his studies in oenology, fourth generation grower Christos Zafeirakis took the family business to the next level when he bottled wine from his private vineyards in 2005. In addition to the acclaim he has received for this dry white, Christos has been praised for bringing the native Greek red variety, Limniona, back from near extinction.
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