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  1. Chateau Nico Lazaridi - Red 2009 (Old Vintage)
    Lazaridis Nico

     
    Dry, Still, Red, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Ages well, 13.5% alc.
    Nikos Lazaridis knows how to deliver "in Greek" the Borntoleziki approach to red wine as few. Red Chateau Nico Lazaridi is a wine with depth and elegance, but also proper tannic structure that allows it to stand next to gourmet meats-centric dishes with ease.
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    Available to House of Wine Exclusive members only
  2. Iliostalachtos - Red 2014
    Symeonidis

     
    Dry, Still, Red, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, 13% alc.
    The combination of varieties Cabernet, Merlot and Syrah Iliostalachto gives a bright red color and a delicious taste on the palate.
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    Case saving of €4.20 (8%)
  3. Chateau Nico Lazaridi - Red 2016
    Lazaridis Nico

     
    Dry, Still, Red, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Ages well, 13.5% alc.
    Nikos Lazaridis knows how to deliver "in Greek" the Borntoleziki approach to red wine as few. Red Chateau Nico Lazaridi is a wine with depth and elegance, but also proper tannic structure that allows it to stand next to gourmet meats-centric dishes with ease.
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    Case saving of €6.72 (8%)
  4. Boutari - Xinomavro Reserve 2013
    Boutari

     
    Dry, Still, Red, Xinomavro, Ages well, 13% alc.
    Beautiful example of the wide variety of Northern Greece from privileged terroirs company Boutari Naoussa. Filled and strong, with solid tannins and a long, embodies the great aging potential (and enjoyment) of a quality Xinomavro.
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    Case saving of €4.44 (8%)
  5. Epilegmenos Rapsani 2015
    Tsantalis

     
    €10.50
    Dry, Still, Red, Krasato, Stavroto, Xinomavro, Keep for 2-3 years, 13.5% alc.
    Rapsani is one of the biggest success stories in Tsantali’s history and his leading brand in the export markets. The Reserve edition is a charming version of Xinomavro, Stavroto and Krasato grapes grown in the lower slopes of Mount Olympus.
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