Collection: Greece

8 products
  • Douloufakis Dafnios Liatiko Red
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    Originally released as Dafnes, derived from the village the Douloufakis family originates from, the label was redesigned in 2009. This is a light and delightful  expression of Liatiko, indigenous to Crete.
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  • Markovitis Winery Xinomavro
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    Green olive on the nose of this delightful, light red wine from Greece. Perfect for a warm-weather climate, this wine has incredible acid and a great tannin structure. Think a light-bodied Nebbiolo but quaffable from the islands of Greece.

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  • Santorini Assyrtiko
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    Assyrtiko, native to Santorini and the other Aegean Islands, has been grown and made into wine for centuries. But awareness of its existence outside Greece is a recent phenomenon. Grown on the lava rock which makes up the island, this is a crisp and dry and amazing wine.

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  • Douloufakis Dafnios Vidiano
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    Third Generation owner and winemaker, Nikos Douloufakis, was fascinated by the nearly extinct Vidiano grape varietal and pioneered to bring it back.
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  • Gaia Monograph Assyrtiko
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    Assyrtiko is the official grape of Greece and indigenous to the volcanic island of Santorini. The Monograph, named in honor of Gaia the Greek Goddess of the Earth, was actually planted and grown on mainland Greece.
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  • Skouras Salto Moscofilero
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    George Skouras was born in Argos, one of the oldest towns of Europe with a 3,000 years long tradition of wine and culture. After studying Agriculture at the University of Dijon in Burgundy, France, a long-held vision materialized with the creation of Domaine Skouras in 1986 in a small wine-making facility in Pyrgela, a small village on the outskirts of Argos.

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  • Argyros Assyrtiko
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    Argyros (Greek: Ἀργυρός, from the Greek word for "silver"), Latinized as Argyrus, can refer to: Argyros (Byzantine family), prominent Byzantine noble clan.
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  • Costa Lazaridi Oenodea
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    In 1979 Costa Lazaridis, “infected” by "wine bug" in Germany, where he had spent a lot of time for the family marble business, established in Xiropotamos, on the slopes of mount Falakro, around his house, the first modern linear vineyard in Drama.

    In 1986 follows another first for Costa Lazaridis. He built the only, at the time, modern winery in the region, to vinify the grapes of his private vineyards and owned by his company “Constantinos Lazaridis, Winery – Bottling company”. The building, which still stands, is not in use anymore but there are plans to turn it into a museum to mark the beginning of a successful story.

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