In The Papers: Gaia and Domaine Gerovassiliou

The Greek renaissance continues apace with David Williams in The Observer dedicating his feature to the wines of this ancient wine-growing country.

“The wines of Greece are quirky and highly individual,” he writes before heaping praise on Gaia’s Wild Ferment Assyrtiko and Domaine Gerovassiliou’s Malagouzia and Viognier.

The Assyrtiko is described as “an incisive, savoury white that reminds me a little of top-flight Chablis” with characters of flint and a “salty preserved lemon zinginess”.

Domaine Gerovassiliou’s 2015 Malagouzia is praised for its “succulent peach and apricot with fresh grapefruity acidity.” The Viognier, meanwhile, is also worth looking out for, writes Williams.

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