Club Mondo, June '21

Gaia Monograph Agiorgitiko

Agiorgitiko is one of the oldest grape varieties in Greece. Most of the production is centered in the Peloponnese, one of the southernmost territories in the country. It’s an extremely flexible grape variety that can be made into a multitude of styles, ranging from light and fresh to dark, tannic, and intense. Gaia’s falls right in the middle, comingg across as a medium-bodied style, with fresh red fruit flavors and soft tannins. This wine pairs exceptionally well with poultry, pork, or anything spicy.

Gaia Monograph Moschofilero

Moschofilero is another speciality of Greek wine, and is a perfect compliment to warm summer days. It’s typically lighter in body, with racy acidity, with fresh fruit and a touch of spice. Gaia’s is particularly floral, dry, and spicy, making it a perfect compliment for seafood, vegetarian fare, or anything involving tzatziki sauce.

Douloufakis “Dafnios” Liatiko

A true gem, coming to us all the way from Crete. Historically, the grape Liatiko has been used to produce sun-dried dessert wines, with a full-body and pronounced sweetness. However, more and more producers—like Douloufakis— are using it to make dry table wines in a variety of styles. “Dafnios,” named after the village where the winery lies (Dafnés), is light, herbal expression, with hints of spice and leather. Drink me with lighter proteins. 100% Organic!



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