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Argyros Aidaini 2015 750ml

Rated 91 - The 2015 Aidani (unoaked) seems like a pretty vigorous and concentrated Aidani in its youth, with tension on the finish and intensity of...
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Argyros Mavrotragano 2012 750ml

Rated 93 - The 2012 Mavrotragano was aged for 12 months in 500-liter French oak. It comes in at 14% alcohol. Santorini provides an awesome number...
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Gaia Estate Assyrtiko Thalassitis 2015 750ml

Rated 92 - The 2015 Thalassitis is Gai'a's familiar, old-vines Assyrtiko, unoaked and without malolactic fermentation (as the winery points out,...
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Gaia Estate Vin Santo 2005 500ml

Rated 96 - The 2005 Vinsanto (the current release) is an Assyrtiko-dominated blend (the rest being 18% Aidani and more unusually 2% Mandilaria). It...
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Hatzidakis Winery Aidani 2014 750ml

Rated 91 - The 2014 Aidani is unoaked, organic and unfiltered, and comes in at 13.5% alcohol. Few on the island are making better Aidani than...
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Hatzidakis Winery Cuvee 15 2014 750ml

Rated 94 - The 2014 Cuvée No. 15 is unoaked and comes in at 14.2% alcohol. Adding considerable depth and velvety texture to the regular Assyrtiko...
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Karamolegos Assyrtiko 2014 750ml

Rated 90 - The 2014 Assyrtiko A is unoaked and comes in at 13.5% alcohol. Odd though it may seem, I've been liking the winery's Santorini (a blend)...
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Karamolegos Vinsanto 2006 500ml

Rated 94 - The 2006 Vinsanto, sundried for 12 days and then oak-aged for 60 months in French 500 liter barrels, comes in at 13% alcohol. Mostly...

Cyclades Greece

As one of the oldest wine producing countries in the world, Greece has millenia of experience and expertise when it comes to viticulture, and has developed a set of flavors and characteristics which are found nowhere else on earth. The ancient Greeks revered and deified wine, and were the first true innovators in the history of wine, adding everything from seawater to honey and spices in order to find exciting new taste combinations and aromas. Today, Greek wines are just as varied, although far more refined and sophisticated than their ancient counterparts. The practice of enhancing Greek wines with aromatic substances never left the country, though, as can be seen in the popular Retsina wines, which use pine resin to provide their unique taste and aroma combinations. There is far more to Greek wine than merely Retsina, however, and the vast variety on offer is a testament to the expertise of Greek wineries making the most of the wonderful climate, terrain and grape varietals they work with.