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Freixenet Prosecco 75cl

Freixenet Prosecco is made with the best Glera grapes from the Italian region of Veneto. Freixenet is extending its extensive expertise and prestige to Prosecco combining superior quality with spectacular elegance.

Domaine Brut Cuvée Spéciale 75cl

Sparkling Wine - 100% Xinomavro The flagship. Made from 100% Xinomavro ungrafted vines. A sparkling blanc de noirs with the traditional method. Unfiltered. Razor sharp and very aromatic. Expressive nose of citrus, stone fruits and herbs. Everlasting bubbles. Aged for at least 12 months on the lie. Riddled and disgorged by hand.

Domaine Karanika Brut Cuvée Prestige 75cl

It was only a matter of time before Karanika decided to make the Assyrtiko sparkling with the traditional method. Not on its own, but blended with 30% Xinomavro. A Champagne style blend without any additives. Highly elegant and subtle. Not so much body but very rich taste. Refreshing acidity, and rich nose with lime, chamomile, pear brioche, and nutty in the end. Very long and impressive length. Aged 24 months on the lie. Riddled and disgorged by hand.

Vriniotis Winery Methea White 75cl

Bright, white and yellow colour with greenish highlights. A pleasant, harmonious and delicious array with a lovely aromatic character, gentle acidity and fine taste.Harmony - Serving Temperature An excellent aperitif. It fits delightfully with a great variety of dishes, from green salads, fried ordoeuvres, sea food and fish, to light fish dishes, pork fillet and pasta with light sauces. Enjoy it cool at 10°C.

Vriniotis Winery Methea Rose 75cl

Monemvasia grape & Mavrokountoura.

'Anama Single Barrel Vintage 2008 500ml

The 'Anama Single Barrel Vintages are produced just one barrel at a time during selected years and allowed significant additional aging time in the oak compared to the standard 'Anama Vintages.All 'Anama Vintages, that have so far been released, are non-fortified, naturally sweet wines, aged in selected oak barrels for as long as each individual vintage requires. They are subjected to the least possible oenological treatments, in order to preserve the characteristics of each year's crop as accurately as possible.