Press — Greece

SuperNormal: Τetramythos Agiorgitiko Nature 2018

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Lovely write up by the wonderful Yiannis Karakasis MW about Tetramythos Agiorgitiko Nature 2018, "Tetramythos Agiorgitiko Nature is the unpretentious illustration of the variety, the apotheosis of simplicity." Read the Full Article HERE We love Yiannis site, full of great articles and tasting notes. Highly recommended.

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Jamie Goode on Kir Yianni Wines

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I just came across this lovely article on Kir Yianni Winery in Northern Greece on Jamie Goode's wineanorak website Read the Full Article

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Avantis Estate White review in the Guardian

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The Summer is the right time for Greek white wines - image yourself sitting on some whitewashed, vine-covered terrace overlooking the Aegean with a glass of this:  Avantis Estate White (Viognier-Assyrtiko), Evia, Greece Read the Article

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Going Greek! Tom Cannavan's Review of a selection of our Greek Wines

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A run through some of our new Greeks by Tom - "Although Greece is producing some excellent wines from ‘international’ varieties like Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, there is a real celebration of indigenous grapes here too. Some, like Assyrtiko, have gained something of a cult following..." Read Tom's Full Article Our Greek Wines

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Tom Cannavan's Review of Avantis Estate Wines

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A lovely review of our wines by Tom - "Avantis estate is a small winery growing both indigenous and international varieties, owned by generations of the Mountrichas family since 1830. Winemaker Apostoles Mountrichas is in charge today, assisted by his wife Lenga. Twenty hectares of vineyard lie at between 250- and 500-metres on the hilly Evia island, mostly on clay and gravel soils." Read Tom's Full Article Our Greek Wines

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