It’s certainly the season (summer) for the broadsheet’s to publish their lists of the best summer wines, and this weekend it was the Daily Telegraph’s turn.
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.
In a nutshell: Peachy, ripe and mouth-filling, it’s no surprise this keeps winning prizes.
The producer: Vangelis Gerovassiliou is the Godfather of Modern Greek winemaking. He studied winemaking at Bordeaux University and was the winemaker at the ground breaking Château Carras from 1976 until 1999. Vangelis set up his winery in 1981 specialising in blends of French and Greek varietals.
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