A Taste of Greece
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Explore Greece with this three bottle pack. Featuring the country's signature indigenous varieties from top-tier producers, the pack includes a bottle of white, rose and red. These wines will impress by any standards.
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Estate Argyros Atlantis White 2020Santorini, Greece
Santorini produces some of the most outstanding Assyrtiko (the country’s signature white wine) — powerfully personified in the wines of Estate Argyros, established in 1903. Helmed by fourth-generation grower Matthaios Argyros, Estate Argyros cultivates an expansive network of vines, some of which are two centuries old.
Atlantis, designed to showcase the versatility of indigenous Greek varietals, melds 90% Assyrtiko with dashes of Athiri and Aidani for a youthful, citrus-centric jewel worthy of the legendary origins of its namesake.
Expect to findThe sea personified. A classically Greek blend of fresh salinity, sharp minerality, and lifted, vibrant hints of lemon blossom, wet stone, and young apricot
EnjoyWith your favourite seafood or smoked cheese
Zafeirakis Limniona Rosé PGI 2020Tyrnavos, Thessaly, Greece
Ascend to the realm of the gods at Zafeirakis, ensconced amongst the foothills of the legendary Mount Olympus. Here in the northern swath of central Greece, high-altitude vineyards give life to the indigenous Limniona, a rich variety that produces structured, complex, unique rosés.
A Greek staple for over a century, the certified-organic Zafeirakis has been at the vanguard of Greece’s modern-day revival of indigenous grapes, bringing Limniona and the like back to divine life at their winery in Tyrnavos.
Expect to findA divine expression of rosé from the slopes of Mount Olympus. Richness and sophistication anchored by brightly complex layers of strawberry, cranberry, and caramel
EnjoyWith veggie pasta or prosciutto pizza
Thymiopoulos Young Vines Naoussa PDO 2019Naoussa, Greece
The darkly complex Xinomavro thrives on the island of Naoussa, where limestone-soaked soil and sea breezes conspire to craft structured, cellar-worthy expressions of Greek winemaking prowess. It's here we find Thymiopoulos, located in the village of Trilofos — near where Aristotle taught Alexander the Great.
Thymiopoulos creates 10 different expressions of Greece’s signature red — all overseen by founder Apostolos, who’s fast becoming a legend on the Greek wine stage.