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Slightly sweet, slightly sparkling and some skin contact with the grapes makes for one of the most incredibly unique wines from Greece we have ever tasted. This sits on the verge of natural wine meets sparkling cider meets sour beers. There's really no way to put into words how fun this is. You kind of have to try it and see. (Keith Mabry, K&L Greek Wine Buyer) *Natural Wine, Orange Wine*
Price: $13.99

Not to be confused with the "Nimbus" which is orange and funky. This is actually more of your classic Retsina you would taste at the local tavena inbetween your exploration of the back streets of Athens. Fun and definitely piney, you will be transported back to this most historic of wine countries.
Price: $9.99

A perennial hit at K&L, this is a bistro-styled red which is brightly structured with a medium-bodied drinkability and broad versatility with food. It is sourced from vines averaging 28 years old and the wine is aged in previously filled French oak. Transport yourself to the Eastern Mediterranean in a warm evening breeze. Greek wines like this are good at crossing over a white for a red or a red for a white when you might want to take a chance. Winery notes: "The colour is bright, deep morello cherry-red. The nose reveals aromas of blackberries, raspberr...
Price: $16.99

93 points Decanter: "Ripe stone fruit, white pepper, bay leaf and salty nose, followed by a zippy palate and a long, well-defined finish. (2020 DWWA)" 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Assyrtiko, the regular Santorini is unoaked, dry (four grams of residual sugar, 7.01 of total acidity) and comes in at 14% alcohol. Quite a difference from the 2018 (which was drier, more tense on the finish and not as rich). This is a blend from mainly Messaria, Karterados, Pyrgos, Megalochori and Akrotiri. The 2018 is more along the lines of the Atlanti...
Price: $34.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Santorini Assyrtiko, the flagship 100% Assyrtiko, is unoaked, dry (1.5 grams of residual sugar, 6.4 of total acidity and a pH of 3.08) and comes in at 14% alcohol. It was bottled in November 2019, sourced from vines over 70 years in age, all non-grafted. Solid in the mid-palate but without the very ripe nuances that some bigger wines on Santorini can acquire, this has fine structure to support the fruit and a great finish. The clean, dry and serious finish is lovely. It seems elegant and a bit understate...
Price: $39.99

91 points Decanter: "This elegant wine's impressive allspice and raisiny characters, fine-grained, grippy tannins and mouthwatering acidity make for a lovely bottle that will age well. (2020 DWWA)" 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Xinomavro Hedgehog Vineyard was aged for 12 months in an equal mixture of used and new French barriques. It comes in at 13.8% alcohol. Always a great value in the lineup, and very consistent, this provides earthy complexity, power and a bright finish. The mid-palate tends to be not as impressive, but this har...
Price: $19.99

97 points Decanter: "Honeyed, roasted peach, candied citrus, ginger and toffee bouquet. Baked Meyer lemon, orange marmalade, cold coffee and nut bar appear on the palate. Complex, concentrated and fresh – fantastic balance of acidity and sweetness. *Platinum Medal* (2020 DWWA)" 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2012 Vinsanto 4 Years Barrel Aged is a traditional blend, mostly (80%) Assyrtiko, with the rest evenly divided between the island's typical blending grapes, Aidani and Athiri. It comes in with 13% alcohol, 220 grams of residual sugar ...
Price: $59.99

95 points Decanter: "Focused and distinguished roasted nut, peach, honey and vanilla scents. Exuberant, fleshy fruit in the mouth, finishing lengthily. A textbook expression; very classy indeed. (DWWA 2020)" (09/2020)
Price: $29.99

94 points Wine & Spirits: "A selection of organically farmed old-vine fruit vinified with ambient yeasts in stainless steel, this took 45 days to finish fermenting. It’s slow to reveal its depths after opening, too, the wine reading as tropical and spicy at first. But once the mineral notes well up, they infuse the wine with a stony savor that girds and balances the fruit. At 14.5 percent alcohol, this is a big, ambitious wine that manages to remain fresh and elegant." (08/2020)
Price: $44.99

The Gentilini family traces its roots back to Italian nobility in the 16th century when Marino Gentilini was sent abroad to establish forts on the island of Cephalonia (Kefalonia). Marino eventually married and settled on the island where his descendants still reside. The winery itself was not established until the late 1970s, when Spiro-Nicholas Cosmetatos returned from studying abroad at the Wine Institute of Stellenbosch and decided to plant indigenous grape varieties and produce some of the best wines the region has to offer. Cephalonia is part of ...
Price: $23.99

96 points Wine & Spirits: "When Haridimos Hatzidakis died in August 2017, he left behind a lone tank of 2016 assyrtiko that was still resting on its lees. After tasting it, the team was inspired to create Skitali. "It means ‘baton,’" says Constantina Chrisou, his widow. "It was something he’d given us, passed on." Her daughter, winemaker Stella Hatzidakis, blended this 2017 using very ripe fruit from Pirgos and a smaller contribution from Megalochori; she fermented it in stainless steel and left it on the lees for a year. At 14.5 percent alcohol, it’s a ...
Price: $49.99

Glinavos has made some of our favorite Natural wines and their Paleokerisio is one of our best sellers. This 100% Debina is a terrific wine to try for those not that familiar with the style and just getting their feet wet on low intervention/natural wines. The Debina is grown on limestone soils and is fermented all in stainless steel tank. It is a crisp, clean, mouth-watering style that is very enticing and reminiscent of an Austrian Gruner Veltliner. *Natural Wine*
Price: $18.99

On the border of Macedonia and Thrace in northern Greece vigneron Nerantzi Mitropoulos has made it his life's mission to explore and express the indigenous varieties of his home country. Working organically and with all indigenous yeasts, each wine is a pure expression of its variety and the region. The "Polis" is a blend of Malagousia, Assyrtiko and Asprouda, all planted on calcareous sandy-loam soils. The grapes are all fermented with native yeasts in primarily stainless steel with a small portion of the Asprouda fermenting in 500L oak barrels. Minimal...
Price: $15.99

The Scavlos family have been growing vines on their six-hectare property since 1919. All their vines are old-vine, original rootstock bush vines. The Alchymiste is a blend of 50% Roditis, 20% Moscatela, 10% Vostilidi, 10% Robola and 10% Muscat. Vinification includes spontaneous yeast fermentation, minimal sulfuring, and the wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered. The vines are not irrigated and yields are naturally low. They are Demeter certified Biodynamic as of 2019. *Natural wine*
Price: $15.99

Koutsoyannopoulos was founded in 1870 and is one of Greece’s oldest wineries.
Price: $24.99

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