Assyrtiko Thalassitis 2021, Gai'a Wines, Santorini, Greece
£ 34.00

Gaia Thalassitis Assyrtiko Santorini White is like a ripe Chablis: full, lemony, and mineral, with fine acidity and a lingering finish. Made with the ancient native Assyrtiko grape,this wine is from extremely old vines. The wine is unoaked to retain its crispness and purity of flavour.

Kotsifali Lyrarakis Red 2021, Greece
£ 14.65
Aged two years in used barrels. Pale red in colour. This is rich, mellow, warm and spicy with some alcoholic warmth and an oxidative character. It is rich and spicy with herbs and cherries and a touch of earthiness. Has some sour cherry and wood spice on the finish.
Liatiko Lyrarakis Red 2021, Greece
£ 13.85
In the glass we have a bright purple color. In the aromatic characteristics we find ripe cherries, dried strawberries, plums, sour cherries, with notes of cinnamon and licorice to follow. The palate is balanced and velvety, with soft tannins, lively acidity and lasting aftertaste.

Vidiano 2022 White PGI "Queen", Lyrarakis, Greece
£ 14.80
This Vidiano wine, one of the queens of Cretan grape varieties, is produced from organic vineyards at 550m altitude. 

Vidiano produces wines not unlike chardonnay, with ripe stone-fruit and peach notes, full, textured body and moderate acidity. This unoaked expression is delightfully fresh and makes for very easy drinking.