This blend of Limnio and Moschomavro shows a complex bouquet, with gooseberry and blueberry from the Moschomavro grapes; and cherry, plum with hints of clove and cinnamon from the Limnio. Velvety smooth on the palate with a fresh and elegant finish.
Gaia Notios Red is made from the Agiorgitiko grape, native to Nemea, with some Syrah. It is deep and rich, yet refined, with juicy plum flavours, mixed with spicy oak and a lovely earthiness. Think Southern Italy (notably Campania) meets the Douro in Portugal!
Made from the native Savatiano grape, this offers a complex and aromatic bouquet of ripe peach, quince, creamy vanilla and an intriguing hint of Turkish delight. Dry with perfectly balanced freshness, intense notes of grapefruit, pepper, ginger and wild mint lead to a long and spicy finish.
An enticing wine with ginger spice combined with peaches, fresh and creamy. The combination of Malagousia and Assyrtiko results in a bright yellow colour with a rich distinctive aromatic character, tasting fresh with zesty and balanced acidity.
Pale lemon in colour, this smooth and refreshing blend of native Greek varieties offers aromas of freshly-cut flowers, green apple and juicy stone fruit. Textured on the palate, with a touch of minerality on the finish.
Gaia Notios White Peloponnisos is a fascinating, full-bodied unoaked white, from the indigenous Roditis and Moschofilero grapes. Moschofilero, harvested from the Arcadian plateaux, contributes a vibrant, floral flavour while Roditis, from the Corinthian slopes, provides a smooth lemony character.
The colour is bright deep crimson, and the nose reveals aromas of blackberries and ripe strawberries with just a touch of anise and black pepper. The smooth texture is accompanied by ripe soft tannins and fresh acidity to give structure and elegance.
Brilliant straw colour with greenish shades. On the nose the wine shows expressive notes of exotic fruit and notes of melon, lemon, green pepper and jasmine with orange. The mouth is delightfully rich with flavours of peach and green apple and a lemony fresh finish that lingers and evolves.
Pale salmon colour, with elegant aromas of strawberry, cherry along with hints of lime and tangerine peel. These notes develop further with a distinct floral character such as white rose, hyacinth and primrose. The palate shows intense notes of strawberry, cherry and even toffee and jasmine which linger, for a fresh crisp and long-lasting finish.
An appealing and vivid rosé with an intense and aromatic profile which hovers between delicate floral notes of rose petals and fruity flavours of pomegranate and wild blackcurrant. Vibrant and refreshing with lifted wild cherry notes on the finish.
Petritis from Kyperoundas Estate - widely regarded as the best in Cyprus - is a subtly oaked white blend, made from the indigenous Xynisteri grape variety. Its delicate, exotic flavours are beautifully fresh and balanced, making this an excellent partner for seafood or creamy pasta dishes.
Kydonitsa is Greek for quince and this wine is true to its name showing ripe quince and nutty pistachio flavours. Vibrant yellow-green, nose and taste of tropical fruits, pleasant palate, excellent balance, crisp, fairly long finish.