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Dry, Still, Red, Mavrodafni, Ages well, 13% alc.Kefalonia in your glass! A wine from the local variety, dry Kefalonian Mavrodaphne. Dark, almost black wine with intense, multi red fruit aromas with hints of licorice and wild mint. Rich, complex and impressive in the mouth with soft, rounded tannins and a very long and pleasant aftertaste.€24.60 As low as €22.63
Dry, Still, Red, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Ages well, 15,5% alc.Everyday red wine that brings a Bordeaux-type approach closer to Greek cuisine. Easy and pleasant, good company makes with the normal eaters dishes of Greek cuisine.€24.80 As low as €22.82
Dry, Still, Red, Cabernet Sauvignon, Ages well, 13.5% alc.Dark color with purple hues. The nose is dominated by aromas typical of the variety ideally combined with hints of barrel. In the mouth is filled with a wealth of tannins and structure that promises long aging.€24.80 As low as €22.82
Dry, Still, Red, Agiorgitiko, Ages well, 14% alc.Distinct and serious, but still a crowd-pleasing modern red wine, with deep color, red fruit aromas and sweet spices. Aivalis is one of the most idiosynchratic Nemean producers and Monopati is a top-example of Agiorgitiko, very difficult not to like.€24.70 As low as €22.72
Dry, Still, Red, Krasato, Xinomavro, Stavroto, Ages wellThe revival of the vineyard Rapsani and the establishment as one of the most important in Greece is mainly due to Tsantalis Winery. The Grand Reserve is the leading expression of Rapsani, produced only for the very best vintages in limited quantities. Aged for 18 months in oak barrels and 18 months in the bottle, acquiring extremely rich character and robust structure and can comfortably be aged for at least a decade yet. It is no coincidence that it is amongst the 100 best wines of the world for 2015 by Wine & Spirits.€24.90 As low as €22.91
Dry, Still, Red, Merlot, Syrah, Xinomavro, Ages well, 14.5% alc.A wine that captures the beautiful harmony of the varieties involved in the blend, with the "scientific" approach to red winemaking, from which it arises. A tag-school in red wine, which "kaparose" quickly established itself among the most popular Greek red wines in the domestic but also in overseas market.