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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 Assyrtiko 2016 750ml

Rated 93 - Appetisingly fresh, zippy nose: lime juice, pears and salty sea-spray. Beautifully fresh, dry and intense with incisive, but modulated,...
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Argyros Estate Argyros 2013 1.5Ltr

Rated 90 - The 2013 Assyrtiko is all un-oaked Assyrtiko coming in at 13.5% alcohol, with only 1.1 g/l of residual sugar. Piercing and bone dry,...
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Argyros Estate Argyros 2016 750ml

Rated 93 - Appetisingly fresh, zippy nose: lime juice, pears and salty sea-spray. Beautifully fresh, dry and intense with incisive, but modulated,...
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Argyros Vinsanto 4 Year 2009 500ml

Rated 93 - Layered and expressive with an intense and sweet character. Mango chutney, orange marmalade and dried apricots on the palate; an...
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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...

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There are many things which come to one's mind when we think of Greece; the hundreds of small islands, each with a culture steeped in tradition, the rich history of the country, the blazing sunshine, crystal blue waters and balmy olive groves. We also think of wine – the product of not just hundreds, but thousands of years of careful and experimental cultivation of the grapevines which have covered much of this fascinating and ancient land for millennia. Additional Information on Greek Wines Greek WinesAncient Greek Wines – A Brief History of Wine in Greece The Myth of Dionysus, Greek God of Wine What is Retsina?