Greece

There is no mistaking that Greece produces some brilliant and individual wines. It has had enough time to develop them! Ancient Greece is regarded as the origin of much of the diffusion of winemaking into the far-flung regions of both its own, and subsequently the Roman Empire. Vines travelled with trade and, where they blossomed, inevitably a wine region was created. The Greek wine scene is now a far cry from resin-infused Retsina only, and we just need a greater following for the wines so we can import more!

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  1. Vin Santo, 4 Years Barrel Aged, Estate Argyros, Santorini - 50cl
    Vin Santo, 4 Years Barrel Aged, Estate Argyros, Santorini 2010 - 50cl
    Assyrtiko 13.0% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > Greece
    Rich, juicy fruit, sweet and figgy with good spicy flavours and with wonderful acidity to give...
    £32.90 per bottle
  2. Santorini Assyrtiko, Argyros
    Santorini Assyrtiko, Argyros 2016
    Assyrtiko 13.5% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > Greece
    Complex and concentrated wine with mineral backbone, smoky notes and a saline, citrus...
    £19.95 per bottle
  3. Naoussa, Diamantakos
    Naoussa, Diamantakos 2015
    Xinomavro 13.5% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > Greece
    Dense Aromas of red fruit, black cherry, tomato, vanilla and pepper; cocoa powder and mild animal...
    £27.00 per bottle
  4. Samos Grand cru Vinicoles de Samos
    Samos Grand Cru, Co-operatives Vinicoles de Samos - 50cl
    Muscat/Moscatel 15.0% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > Greece
    Made from late picked Muscat grapes grown on scattered vineyards that cover a total area of 2,000...
    £10.80 per bottle
  5. Skouras St George
    Skouras Saint George, Nemea 2014
    Agiorgitiko 13.5% Vol
    SE Europe & Asia > Greece
    Smoky nose with plenty of excellent ripe fruit on the palate backed up with fine...
    £13.70 per bottle

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