A delightfully fresh wine, bright green-yellow in colour, with excellent mouth feel that tantalizes the nose and palate with fruity aromas and a strong backbone of citrus aromas that are typical of the Roditis variety.
Gaia Notios White 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.
Made from the native Savatiano grape, this offers a complex and aromatic bouquet of ripe peach, quince, creamy vanilla and an intriguing hint of Turkish delight. Dry with perfectly balanced freshness, intense notes of grapefruit, pepper, ginger and wild mint lead to a long and spicy finish.
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.
Kydonitsa 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.
A refreshing Retsina made from the superior Roditis variety, which is perfectly balanced between notes of pine and grapes. The citrus expression co-exists with the delicate and aromatic pine resin on equal terms.
Semeli Feast White 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.
Petritis 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.
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.
Skouras Cuvée Prestige White is bright white-yellow with green hues. The nose is complex and the wine exudes aromas of fresh flowers, with hints of crushed blossoms and of fruits such as avocado. A relaxed pace and a luxurious texture give flavours of citrus fruit and touches of jasmine and mint. Ιn the aftertaste, the acidity travels across the palate...
Mylonas Retsina is a bright lemon colour with greenish highlights, and aromas of peach, mastic, mango and lemon along with white flowers and herbs. The flavours continue with the same intensity on the palate balanced with refreshing acidity.
Mylonas Malagousiais a bright lemon yellow colour with greenish highlights. Intense aromas of spring flowers, peach and mango combined with herbaceous hints, and a rich intense taste and moderate acidity providing a balanced flavour.
Little Prince White 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.
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.
Domaine Gerovassiliou Epanomi Estate White 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.
Karavitakis Klima White was chosen as one of Jancis Robinson's 11 favourite Greek wines in her Financial Times article in Summer 2017 (Cretan winemakers compare Vidiano with Viognier). On the nose this wine is full of Mediterranean herbs with subtle notes of stone fruits, while the palate is complex with layers of stone fruit and a long finish.