- €15.30 As low as €14.08
Dry, Still, White, Athiri, Assyrtiko, Drink it nowA 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.€6.80 As low as €6.12
Dry, Still, White, Sauvignon Blanc, Drink it nowIts color is bright lemon. White flesh fruits such as peach, citrus fruits such as bergamot and plant notes reminiscent of green pepper, compose a charming aromatic ensemble. Its taste is refreshing and delicious with a nice fruity finish.€11.20 As low as €10.30
Dry, Still, White, Assyrtiko, Keep for 2-3 yearsAssyrtiko is very well expressed in the land of Laconia, producing a more extroverted lemonade but also a mildly floral character, while at the same time combining the high acidity and the earthy notes of the variety. When the price of most Assyrtikas has 'escaped', here it seems to be forgotten at low, for variety, levels.€11.00 As low as €10.12
Dry, Still, White, Assyrtiko, Keep for 2-3 yearsAsyrtiko has overwhelmed the Greek vineyard and it seems to be doing well in most areas! The vineyard of Attica is definitely the case and it is proved by Asyrtiko Vasilis Papayannakos, a wine that 'carries all the attributes of the variety. Vivid acidity, lemon fragrances and mineral elements. With the most affordable Asyrtiko of Santorini costing almost double the price, this wine is excellent value for money.€16.10 As low as €14.81
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.€11.90 As low as €10.95
Dry, Still, White, Kidonitsa, Drink it nowKidonitsa is one of the most up-and-coming Greek varieties with the one from Monemvasia Winery leading the way and showing the way, winning the first rave reviews from reputable wine critics such as Jansis Robinson. With incredibly delicious taste, freshness and duration it is definitely a white that wins the impressions. Its trump card is the very good value for money.