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2015 Kir-Yianni "Ramnista" Naoussa Greece
Top Pick!
94 points Wine & Spirits: "This broadcasts its freshness and youth in its cherry-red color and berry scents. But don’t be seduced into drinking this now: Pulled from the oldest vines in Yiannakohori, the Boutari family’s estate vineyards in Naoussa, it’s concentrated and firm. There’s an iron filigree of tannins defending the fruit, and vivacious acidity underlining its intention to preserve the wine for many more years. Forget about this in the cellar for at least five years; then draw it out for a crown roast of pork." (08/2018) 91 points Wine Enthus...

94 points Wine & Spirits: "Here’s a red to buy by the case-one case for this summer, as it’s light enough to chill, and another for the cellar, as this is structured enough to keep. It comes off of Angelos Iatridis’s younger vines, growing in a sandy 23-acre vineyard close to his winery. Cold-soaked and fermented in stainless-steel tanks, then aged in white-toasted barrels for one year and in bottle for another, it’s bright and fresh, with no perceptible wood influence to get in the way of the fruit. That fruit is cherry-red and layered with spice, notes...

2018 Skouras Moscofilero Péloponnèse Greece
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92 points Wine & Spirits: "This is a smooth, elegant moschofilero, the variety’s floral notes channeled along a satin flow of limey fruit flavor. It lasts, a little spicy, a little herbal, but mostly all of one seamless piece, ready to elevate a grilled fish." (08/2019) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Moscofilero (as Skouras spells it) comes in with four grams of residual sugar, 6.6 grams of total acidity and 12% alcohol. George Skouras called this a rainy vintage (which he sought to combat in various ways described in the producer n...

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: $10.99

90 points Wine & Spirits: "By choosing assyrtiko, a powerful grape, and leaving it on the skins for a week, Dimitrios Kioutsoukis turned out a wine that meets the power of the pine resin head-on. Fermented with ambient yeasts and mellowed in old barrels, the wine is more spicy than piney, its notes of mint, roasted fennel seeds and camphor mingling with peach and orange. Skin tannins give the wine grip, making this a Retsina for rich dishes, like pork belly bo ssam. (TT)" (09/2018) K&L Notes: Is it Retsina or is it Orange Wine? A bit of both actually. ...

Santo Wines was founded in 1947 as the Union of Santorini Cooperatives and represented all Santorini wineries. Today, Santo Wines is the biggest producer on the island. The new, state-of-the-art winery was built in 1992 and is situated on the edge of the Caldera in the village of Pyrgos. Santo Wines, still representing all of the producers on the island, is committed to producing authentic Santorini wines of superior quality while respecting the Santorini traditional vinification techniques and protecting the precious Santorini vineyards. They developed ...
Price: $23.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Saint George (the winery uses the English translation of Agiorgitiko on the label in the larger print) was aged for 12 months in used French oak. It comes in with four grams of sugar, right about at the limit for typical "fully dry," and 13.5% alcohol. Unlike the Zoe red, this adds a little structure and depth so that it feels more like real wine instead of a picnic quaffer. Still, this is heavily perfumed and very fruity, with a slightly sweet edge in its youth (relatively speaking--it still counts as a dry table...
Price: $15.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Rosé Malagousia - Mandilaria is an 80/20 blend, dry (2.1 grams of sugar and 5.5 grams of total acidity) and coming in at 12% alcohol. A nice value in a solid pink with some flavor but a serious feel, this has respectable freshness, enticing aromatics and a clean, dry finish. This can work well as a red-wine substitute in the summer. Unlike a lot of pinks, it probably won't be as interesting as a quaffer—it is actually better than that. (MS)" (04/2019)
Price: $13.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Mountain Sun red is an 80/20 blend of Agiorgitiko and Syrah, aged for six months in used French oak. This is an easy, Beaujolaisesque red with bold red-fruit flavors. That said, it does have a modest backbone and some support for the fruit. If it is fruity and bursting with flavor, it is not candied or exaggerated. In its light, summer-red style, it is done nicely. Under screwcap, it may age a bit, but don't expect it to go anywhere but down if it changes much. Drink it young (and probably a bit cooler than you no...
Price: $14.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Am Assyrtiko / Monemvasia is an equal blend, unoaked and coming in at 13% alcohol. This is a new brand to our pages, basically replacing the old Aa--the Monemvasia grape replaces Athiri. This shows more flavor and personality than the Aa, but perhaps it lacks some of its sunny purity and intensity. The best addition here is the texture. This feels almost like velvet, even while unoaked. Suave but fruity, it is bright, gentle and fun. It finishes with some dried cantaloupe and dried peach. It's a high-personality w...
Price: $17.99

91 points Decanter: "Charming on the nose, purity on the palate. There are flavours of blackberry, dark cherries and strawberry yoghurt, leading to a cheerful finish with fresh acidity. (Panel Tasting)" (07/2018) Wine Enthusiast: "Cinnamon, cedar, violet and leather aromas start this spicy Xinomavro. Its rustic red berry and cedar flavors will stand up to richer meat dishes. (SK)" (09/2018) K&L Notes: No Sulfites Added *Natural Wine*

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 re bottles unfined and unfiltered. The vines are not irrigated and yields are naturally low. *Natural wine*
Price: $15.99

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Santorini Assyrtiko, the flagship 100% Assyrtiko is unoaked and comes in at 14% alcohol. This is textured and elegant, while still solid in the mid-palate. If a couple of the 7 Villages offerings are powerhouses, this leans a little more to balance-but it still has very ripe fruit and its fair share of power. It's a bit young and less evolved than the 2017s, of course, but that will come. The rest combines balance and concentration. The fruit still has flavor, the finish is fine and it gets longer as thi...

One of the oldest distilleries in Greece and the originators of the Ouzo style liqueur that has become sunonomous with Greek cuisine and culture. Since 1856 the Katsaros family has distilled Ouzo & Tsipouro at their facility in Tirnavos. Blending 14 herbs and seeds into a beautiful expression of the mystical energy embodied in the historic spirit. The Tirnavou Ouzo is easily one of the best white spirits being produced in the world.
Price: $18.99

The Scavlos family have been growing vines on their six-hectare property since 1919. All their vines are old-vine, original rootstock bush vines. Vinification includes spontaneous yeast fermentation, minimal sulfuring, and the wines re bottles unfined and unfiltered. The vines are not irrigated and yields are naturally low. *Natural Wine*
Price: $31.99

100% Rozaki made with no added sulfur. *Natural Wine, Orange Wine*
Price: $44.99

The Nykteri is made from late-harvested grapes from 100-year-old vines. Matured in oak barrels for a year, this is a full-throttle Assyrtiko that is vibrant and full-bodied.
Price: $49.99

Jancis Robinson: "Relatively bland nose but the raciness of Assyrtiko can’t hide. Wonderful citrus tension. Definitely one to head for in an M&S store. 16.5/20 points. (JR)" (05/2018) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Atlantis is the winery's screwcapped blend, mostly Assyrtiko, with 5% each of Athiri and Aidani, the "other" key white grapes on the island. It is unoaked and comes in at 13% alcohol. Over the years, this has become a pretty nice wine in its own right. Elegant, focused and crisp, this lively white is on the lighter side compared to...
Price: $19.99

100% Xinomavro. Established 20-plus years ago by Konstantinos Karydas and now run by his son, Petros, this small six acre estate is absolutely stunning. The philosophy is simple yet painstaking: grow nothing but the absolute best fruit nature can allow and then have a minimalist winemaking style. The vineyard is a sandy, clay hillside while the winery thoughtfully sits right in the middle. Fantastic spicy fruit with mid-weight texture and power with integrated but firm tannins. If you're a fan of Northern Italian Nebbiolo you should definitely try this a...
Price: $27.99

*Natural, Biodynamic, Orange Wine* Oenops is a new endeavor from winemaker Nikos Karatzas. The 'Rawditis' is made from 100% Rhoditis, a pink-skinned Greek varietal with similarities to Pinot Grigio. This 'orange wine' sees 28 days maceration on the skins, from which it draws a leathery, tannic structure to buttress a flavor and aromatic profile of bright mandarin oranges and honeysuckle. The orange wine profile just so happens to be one of the most versatile pairing options available. Try this uniquely complex gem with anything ranging from hard cheeses ...
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Special Order Only!!! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Please allow 5-7 business days for product to be available for shipping. Metaxa 7 Star is a Greek spirit often confused for brandy, but is actually a unique drink produced from Savatiano, Sultanina and Black Corinth, twice distilled, blended with aged muscat and a secret mix of botanicals. The 7 is then aged for at least seven years in limousine oak casks. A Best Buy, Wine Enthusiast: "N...
Price: $32.99

Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. All special orders are final and non-refundable. Will take 3-7 business days to receive this product before it can be shipped. "Very Good, Recommended," by the Wine Enthusiast: "The bouquet comes off very mature, brandy-like, raisiny and pruny with a genuine wood influence and vanilla-like sweetness that rounds out the raisiin/prune aspect. Palate entry is truly raisiny/pruny and more bittersweet than sugar sweet; midpalate stage featue ...
Price: $49.99