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Stamnaki

Stamnaki

Stamnaki (“little wine jug” in Greek) is a celebration of indigenous Greek grapes, through a series of mono-varietal creations that express the true character of each grape.

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2017 03 18 08 40 16
Black Label

Black Label

The most authentic expression of the Savatiano grape, indigenous to the dry and arid vineyards of Attica, around Athens, is cultivated biodynamically and fermented spontaneously with wild indigenous yeasts, with zero intervention and zero sulfites.

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2017 03 14 11 40 07
Old Monolithos

Old Monolithos

Old Monolithos takes its name from the impressive mountainous rock above the famous Nemea winemaking region in Greece, and the homonymous old vines vineyard that produces the epitome of the Agiorgitiko grape.

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2016 06 20 16 49 35
Cantharus

Cantharus

Cantharus, named after the most beautiful wine vessel in all of Ancient Greece. According to Greek myth, Dionysus had a cantharus that never emptied, no matter how much he drank, a benefit of being a deity.

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2012 05 27 02 21 57
Oenosophist

Oenosophist

Ancient Greek writer Athenaeus definitively detailed the gastronomy of Greece in his great work Deipnosophistae, which loosely translates to “dinner philosophers”. Oenosophist plays on this, means “wine-wise,” and teaches the philosophy of superlative Greek winemaking.

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2012 05 27 03 34 37
Staphylus

Staphylus

According to an Ancient Greek myth, the humble shepherd Staphylus was intrigued by a giddy goat in his herd that consistently lingered behind the rest. Determined to discover the source of her pleasure, Staphylus spied her eating from a vine, discovering the grape and all its potential, and so his very name means “grape” in Greek..

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2012 05 27 04 29 15
Pandeia

Pandeia

Pandeia is the mysterious Greek goddess of the full moon and soft dew, both of which disappear in the morning sun. Elusive to mere mortals, little mention of her fleeting beauty remains, but her namesake wine conjures her image and rewrites her myth.

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2012 05 27 04 33 47
Monolithos

Monolithos

Monolithos (Monolith) refers to the impressive mountainous rock, overlooking the vineyard in the famous Nemea of Greece, where these wines are crafted from.

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2016 06 20 16 31 28
Moscholithos

Moscholithos

Moscholithos (“Fragrant Stone”) refers to the stone that dominates the largest winemaking region of Greece, Nemea, and expressed through a wine made from the most aromatic of Greek grapes, the gray-skinned Moschofilero.

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2017 03 18 08 06 09
En Oeno…

En Oeno…

“En Oeno. . .” references Ancient Greek proverb “En Oeno Alethea,” which means “In wine, there is truth.” Since ancient times, Greek wine consumption has led to the revelation of secret verities locked mysteriously inside one’s self.

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2012 05 27 02 27 55
Eurynome

Eurynome

According to the oldest of Greek myth, life began with the goddess Eurynome. Having nowhere to rest, she split sky from sea, then danced gracefully on the waves, birthing the elemental entirety of the earth; uniting wisdom and divinity. Her namesake wine is the result of equally comprehensive winemaking.

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2012 05 27 04 02 43
Theon Dora

Theon Dora

Theon Dora (“God’s Gifts”) refers to the gifts from the sacred land of Crete, where the father of the Gods, Zeus, was born, and where he is now resting. Theon Dora express their gifted origin through a phenomenal fruit concentration and aromatic intensity.

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2017 03 14 10 04 52
Old Barrel

Old Barrel

Georgas Old Barrel is made of 100% Savatiano, the Attic indigenous grape renowned for its resistance to heat and drought, in an 5-year aged version, with no sulfites, completely naturally made. The epitome of wine complexity, bottled in very limited quantities.

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2017 03 18 07 32 11
Melanthia sparkling

Melanthia sparkling

Melanthia (meaning “black flower”) reflects the unique and intense aromas of roses, that stem from the rare Black Muscat of Tyrnavos, the organically-grown grape that thrives on the South slopes of mount Olympus. Melanthia sparkling strikes the perfect balance between its fine aromatic character and its humble rustic origins.

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2016 10 24 19 26 20
Sun

Sun

God created water, man created wine, and Kontozisis created the “Sun”. Sun represents the natural expression of the local terroir of the rural town of Karditsa, through the area’s indigenous varieties of Limniona, Xinomavro, Malagousia, and Roditis.

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2017 03 13 12 17 38
Papras White

Papras White

Papras White is a study on aromatic expression. With only indigenous to the area grapes and organic agriculture, it stretches the limits of natural oeno-expression.

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2017 03 13 11 39 11
Thyrsus

Thyrsus

God of wine, Dionysus, was born on the slopes of Mount Pangeo, where the vine was celebrated as a living god and where the grapes for this wine originate. The Dionysian mysteries, an evolutionary rite that honored him, had thyrsus as their ultimate symbol, a fennel wrapped in ivy, with a pine-cone at its top.

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2013 10 19 01 21 46
Naturally Sweet

Naturally Sweet

Georgas Naturally Sweet Wine is made of 100% Savatiano, the Attic indigenous grape renowned for its resistance to heat and drought, in a naturally sweet and 5-year aged version, with no sulfites and zero intevention. This sweet wine is as natural as it can possibly be.

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2017 03 18 07 45 00