Greek civilization was arguably the greatest advocate of the grape vine in the history of the world, spreading viticulture to Italy, France, Spain, and beyond. Since the collapse of the Greek empire, however, Greece’s wines have gone through a series trials and tribulations that have seen its reputation decline all over the world. In the last few decades, however, a small cohort of producers dedicated to quality and showcasing the regions plethora of indigenous grape varieties have brought the world’s attention back to the amazing, and unique, potential of this country’s wines. Come and join us as we explore this country’s amazing new generation of winemakers and the beautiful wines they are starting to produce. The cost is $75 per ticket with 15 tickets available.
Sclavos Wines Robola of Cephalonia 2013
Hatzidakis Cuvee No.15 2017
Domaine Tatsis Xinomavro Old Roots 2013
Gaia Wines Nemea Gaia Estate 2015
Domaine Economou, Sitia 1998
Estate Argyros Vinsanto 20 Year Old Barrel Aged Santorini 1994