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Thiasos White PGI Peloponnese 2013 (6 bottle case)

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.

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£5.99
6 bottles: £35.94

RRP: £8.25
You Save: £2.26 (27%)

Data sheet

RRP £8.25
Alcoholic strength 12.5%
Vintage 2013
Grapes Roditis 85%, Moschofilero 15%
Serve with oily fish, rich dressed salads and delicate rice dishes
Awards SWA, Silver, 2016; Wine Merchant, Top 100, 2015
Name Thiasos White PGI Peloponnese
Dry/Sweet value 2
Contains sulphites Yes
Vegetarian/Vegan Yes/Yes
Milk/Eggs No/No
Organic/Biodynamic No/No

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Thiasos is made by one of the pioneers of the modern Greek wine revolution - Yiannis Paraskevopoulos, using grapes from Nemea in the northeastern area of the Peloponnese peninsula.

The Thiasos White made the Wine Merchant Top 100, 2015: "an intense citrus-herbal character, with richness and a touch of nuttiness. If you were looking for a point of comparison, you might say South of France, with that garrigue quality. It’s an outdoors wine, to have by an open fire with some mackerel."

David Williams in The Guardian described it (at £7.99) as "breezy, floral, gently spicy, modestly priced".

The Thiasos was the retinue of Dionysos, the Greek god of wine. It consisted of Maenads and Satyrs. The Maenads were mythical nymphs (females) and the Satyrs were half human half horse.

Fermented in stainless steel tanks to create a fresh, aromatic wine.

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