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Gaia Notios White Moschofilero/Roditis 2016 (1x 75cl)

This fusion of two traditional Greek varieties results in a fresh and elegant wine. The Moschofilero contributes vibrant, floral flavours, while the Roditis imparts a smooth lemony character.

£11.32

Gaia Thalassitis Assyrtiko 2016 (1x 75cl)

Awarded 91 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their August 2017 edition review of Greek Assyrtiko (see blue link below)

Gaia Thalassitis 2016 - Aug 2017 Decanter review

This wine is made from Santorini's indigenous variety Assyrtiko, which is renowned for combining full-flavoured maturity whilst retaining high acidity. The grapes are produced exclusively from vineyards in the Episkopi, Akrotiri and Pyrgos regions, where the vines are almost 80 years old and have a particularly low yield that never exceeds 25 hectolitres per hectare. The vines are cultivated in volcanic soils which are porous with a high mineral content.

Explosive minerality with fresh lemon zest on the nose, crisp acidity on the palate and underlying floral notes. Refreshing with a lingering finish and a slight hints of saltiness. An excellent partner to seafood, fish, shellfish or even lamb with lemon.

£18.40

Gaia Wild Ferment Assyrtiko 2016 (1x75cl)

Awarded 92 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their August 2017 edition review of Greek Assyrtiko (see blue link below)

Gaia Wild Ferment 2016 - Aug 2017 Decanter review

The vineyard is located in Santorini. The terroir is recognised world-wide for its tremendous historical roots as the vineyards in this area date back 3,000 years. The low yielding vines are self rooted and are grown in soils which are poor in organic matter. The high sand content has ensured they have never been affected by phylloxera. The soils are also volcanic: porous with a high mineral content, which imparts a mineral quality to the resulting wine. The long sunshine hours, lack of rainfall, sea mists and strong summer winds all contribute to the unique microclimate. The surrounding Aegean Sea acts as a "climatic buffer" which softens the climate, so the extreme conditions and vintage variations are reduced. The vines are trained on traditional basket shaped systems called "kouloura". All these elements, combined with one of the noblest grape varieties in the Mediterranean, create rare and precious wines.

"Toasty, smoky and funky on the nose with mineral dusting and brooding intensity. The palate is salty dry with laser-beam precision and very funky wild ferment layering of complexity with oak wreathed into the mix with sensitivity. The finish is dry, with lasting salty and tangy flavours. Unique and outstanding wine". (The Wine Gang). Enjoy with seafood, meatier fish, lamb and poultry.

£20.65

Gaia, Notios White Moschofilero/Roditis PGI Peloponnese 2016 (1x75cl)

This fusion of two traditional Greek varieties results in a fresh and elegant wine.
The Moschofilero contributes vibrant, floral flavours, while the Roditis imparts a smooth lemony character.

£11.80

Hatzidakis Assyrtiko Cuvee 2015 (6x 75cl)

Awarded 92 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their August 2017 edition review of Greek Assyrtiko (see blue link below)

Hatzidakis Cuvee 15 2015 - Aug 2017 Decanter review

Made thus: grapes from organic cultivated vineyards of villages of Pyrgos, Emporio and Messaria-Vothonas. Skin contact for 12 hours, separation of must from grapes, clarification and fermentation with indigenous yeasts at 18 °C. Maturation on the lees for 8 months in stainless steel tanks. Bottled unfiltered.

Golden yellow colour, delicate aromas of ripe yellow fruits, fresh citrus and minerality. Elegant palate characterized by the certain acidity tone of the vineyards of Santorini. Long aftertaste.

Served at 12-14˚C, with oyster dishes, oily fish e.g. tuna, white or red meats and cheese.

Potential aging in the bottle for at least 5 years.

£165.60
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