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  1. Monarch White 2019

     
    Dry, Still, White, Sauvignon Blanc, Keep for 2-3 years, 13.2% alc.
    If we had to choose only one area of ​​Greece where Sauvignon Blanc grows, this would definitely be Amynteo and the proof would be this excellent expression of the variety that brings to mind the excellent Sauvignon of the Loire. Freshness, intensity, finesse and irresistible aromas and flavors that win the impressions immediately.
    Case saving of 8%
  2. Abaton White 2020

     
    Dry, Still, White, Athiri, Assyrtiko, Drink it now
    A very nice combination of Assyrtiko with Athiri, with the first one giving the structure and lemonade characteristics and the second with its pleasant floral and fruity aromas. A biological wine that comes from the vineyards of the Monastery of St. Panteleimon on Mount Athos and is worthy of our attention.
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  3. Terre de Zeus Asyrtiko 2020

     
    Dry, Still, White, Assyrtiko, Keep for 2-3 years, 13% alc.
    A promising Assyrtiko from Pieria that highlights the ‘friendly’ side of the variety, from a brand new winery that is expected to occupy us a lot in the future. Pleasant and elegant aromas, liveliness and nerve in a refreshing wine that will accompany wonderfully anything that comes out of the sea and more. It is a certified vegan wine.
    Case saving of 8%
  4. Alpha Estate - Malagouzia 2021

     
    Dry, Still, White, Malagouzia, Drink it now, 13% alc.
    The ‘new kid on the block’ in terms of exciting varietals, Malagousia from Alpha estate is appealing due to its stone fruit, botanical and flowery character, being a great alternative to international aromatic grape varieties.
    Case saving of 8%
  5. Route Gris

     
    Dry, Still, White, Moshofilero, Keep for 2-3 years, 12.5% alc.
    The Troupi winery goes even further than Moschofilero! It takes fruit from the Katarachi area at an altitude of 640 meters, ferments part of the wine in stainless steel tanks and the rest in old barrels of acacia and oak and then all the wine matures for a few months in concrete tanks, while bottled without bottles. The excellent raw material, the complex way of vinification but also the combination of four different fermentation and maturation vessels lead to an extremely complex and enjoyable Moschofilero that can be developed for a few years in the bottle.
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