A superb example of modern fruit-driven Greek winemaking; soft, moreish flavours of damson and dark plum enveloped in a medium-bodied coating of soft tannins. A beautifully balanced Agiorgitiko, the ancient red grape of the Peloponnese.
A modern take on a Greek classic. This is an intriguing and delicately perfumed blend of the Roditis and Moschofilero grapes from the Peloponnese peninsula. A spicy, textural combination of refreshing acidity and weighty balance; a revelation.
Rouvalis Asprolithi Roditis is green-yellow in colour with a bouquet of exotic fruits and pleasant notes of citrus. Fine acidity and freshness balance the rich body of Roditis, offering a pleasant and interesting mouth-feel leading to an aromatic aftertaste.
An enticing wine with ginger spice combined with peaches, fresh and creamy. The combination of Malagousia and Assyrtiko results in a bright yellow colour with a rich distinctive aromatic character, tasting fresh with zesty and balanced acidity.
A medium bodied wine with notes of raspberry and cherry with pepper and rose petal - a fresh summer red. The Xinomavro and Limnio grape varieties create wines with a deep purple colour, clean and complex bouquet, velvety smooth taste and balanced acidity.
Kidonitsa is Greek for quince and this wine is true to its name showing ripe quince and nutty pistachio flavours. Vibrant yellow-green, nose and taste of tropical fruits, pleasant palate, excellent balance, crisp, fairly long finish.
Semeli Feast White 2017 is made with 90% Moschofilero and 10% Roditis. Moschofilero is a blush coloured grape making wines with wonderful aromas of rose petals and Turkish Delight; on the palate it is dry and fresh with hints of limes and lychees. At only 12% ABV it makes a great aperitif wine.
Vibrant white-yellow colour, pear, apricot, citrus nose, excellent balance. Notes of mountain herbs are complemented bya hint of sweetness through to a mouthwatering and salty finish.
Gaia Notios Red 2017 is made from the Agiorgitiko grape, native to Nemea. It is deep and rich, yet refined, with juicy plum flavours, mixed with spicy oak and a lovely earthiness. Think Southern Italy (notably Campania) meets the Douro in Portugal!
Gaia Notios White 2017 Peloponnisos is a fascinating, full-bodied unoaked white, from the indigenous Roditis and Moschofilero grapes. Moschofilero, harvested from the Arcadian plateaux, contributes a vibrant, floral flavour while Roditis, from the Corinthian slopes, provides a smooth lemony character.
Delicate aromatic characters of ripe pear, melon and a hint of banana, lead to a refreshing acidity which balances the rich and charming palate. With an impressively aromatic aftertaste, this is the quintessential introduction to the Vidiano grape.
A bright, uplifting wine, with delicate fruit aromas which follow through to a well-balanced palate with a pleasantly crisp finish.
Expressive of the Vilana characteristics, with bold notes of lemon, orange, pear and jasmine. A complex wine, which is immaculately balanced and has a persistent, aromatic finish.
Petritis 2016, from Kyperoundas Estate - widely regarded as the best in Cyprus - is a subtly oaked white blend, made from the indigenous Xynisteri grape variety. Its delicate, exotic flavours are beautifully fresh and balanced, making this an excellent partner for seafood or creamy pasta dishes.
An appealing and vivid rosé with an intense and aromatic profile which hovers between delicate floral notes of rose petals and fruity flavours of pomegranate and wild blackcurrant. Vibrant and refreshing with lifted wild cherry notes on the finish.
Mylonas Savatiano is a bright straw yellow colour with greenish highlights. Its rich taste and moderate acidity provide flavour, balance and a long finish, while the medium aromas of stone fruits, white flowers and unique herbal notes such as rosemary and sage predominate.
Domaine Gerovassiliou Epanomi Estate White 2017 is a delicious Greek blend of the native Malagousia and Assyrtiko grapes. The Malagousia shows expressive, subtly exotic aromas, while the Assyrtiko adds mouth-wateringly citrus notes; pepper, orange, jasmine, herbs and lemon flavours follow on a fascinatingly complex palate.
A strong and lively nose of grapefruit, nectarine and hints of almond blossom. This richly textured wine is very flavoursome, has superb length, balance and plenty of finesse.
Little Prince White 2016 is a blend of two varieties indigenous to Crete, Vilana and Vidiano. The Vilana contributes pear aromas while the Vidiano is more herbal on the nose with apricots and peaches on the palate.
Deep ruby colour, velvety texture, cherry, mocha, coffee, vanilla and nutty-oak flavours, round, balanced character, good ripe tannins, long finish.