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Greece

Greece can be considered neither new nor old, but part of the ancient world, with evidence of wine production dating back 6,500 years. In the ancient world, Greece was once one of the foremost producers of wine. However, in contrast to the country’s important wine heritage, modern Greek wines are only just now emerging in the rest of the world, but are going from strength to strength as more people are discovering their indigenous grape varieties are far nicer to drink than they are to pronounce!

Greece offers outstanding value for its wines and there are many new varieties that will certainly expand your palate. Indigenous grapes such as Assyritko, native to Santorini, create white wines that are bone dry, with hints of smoke saltiness and minerals.

 

 

Gaia Nōtios Red 2018

From £12.95 - per bottle
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Gaia Nōtios White 2018

From £12.95 - per bottle
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Thymiopoulos Vineyards Xinomavro 2017

From £13.50 - per bottle
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Alpha Estate Axia Red 2015

From £15.75 - per bottle
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Agiorgitiko by Gaia 2017

From £16.00 - per bottle
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Ktima Gerovassiliou Estate White 2018

From £16.50 - per bottle
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Ktima Gerovassiliou Malagousia 2018

From £17.95 - per bottle
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Ktima Biblia Chora Estate White 2018

From £19.95 - per bottle
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T-Oinos Malagouzia 2018

From £21.00 - per bottle
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Ktima Gerovassiliou Avaton 2016

From £21.00 - per bottle
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Gaia Assyrtiko Thalassitis 2018

From £26.95 - per bottle
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Ktima Biblia Chora Ovilos White 2018

From £28.00 - per bottle
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Gaia Assyrtiko Wild Ferment 2018

From £31.00 - per bottle
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Gaia Estate Agiorgitiko 2016

From £33.95 - per bottle
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