The ancient grape variety of Malagousia is beautifully fresh and aromatic with distinctive notes of mango, melon and pear and a delicious honeyed finish. Why not enjoy a glass in the sun alongside our delicious meze sharing platter from our new Terrace menu- Malagousia, Gerovassiliou, Epanomi, Greece, 2010
Montgras Quatro 2011 - Quite Good! Super with a steak. 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Carménère, 15% Malbec and 10% Syrah from Colchagua Valley, Chile. $13 http://www.reversewinesnob.com/2013/01/montgras-quatro-2011-quite-good.html
Samos Nectar, 100% Samos Muscat (small-berry size). Nectar is a wine crafted from sun-dried grapes that have been patiently aged in oak barrels over a period of three years. It is most comfortable when accompanying hefty sweet and sour dishes, such as wild boar roasted with quinces or duck à l’orange. Needless to say, Greek traditional honeyed desserts such as baklava and walnut cake are friends of long standing to this wine.