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Estate Biblia Chora Areti Red 2010 750ML Bottle
Retail: $34.99
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Biblia Chora Item #: 38EMGSB0910 -

Varietal: 100% Agiorgitiko Quick Facts: The first successful attempt to make an Agiorgitiko wine outside Nemea, matured 10 months in new French oak. - Winery

Gaia Agiorgitiko Nemea 750ML Label
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Gai'a Item #: 7430202519 -

Description:Having created two very different wines made from the world class Agiorgitiko grape variety our NOTIOS RED – a wine designed best enjoyed in its youth – and GAIA ESTATE – our made to last flagship we have now added : AGIORGITIKO by GAIA.This wine was the missing link of that admirable chain called Agiorgitiko The exceptional 2000 vintage produced high quality grapes harvested from hillside vineyards in NEMEA. The wine was aged in French oak casks.A structured wine, showing the...

Gaia Estate Red Agiorgitiko Nemea 2013 750ML Bottle
Retail: $46.99
Price: $36.89
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Gai'a Item #: 7430180574 -

A long lasting full-bodied red wine made from the Agorgitiko grape. The GAI’A Estate red wine is a limited production wine, with less than 3,000 cases available in the US market. Once the fully ripe grapes are harvested, the must is fermented and aged for 12 month in new French oak casks. The GAI’A Estate red is bottled directly from the casks without chilling or filtration. The resulting wine is a big and powerful red wine with ripe fruit aromas. This wine can be drunk now but can be drunk...

Gaia Notios Red Agiorgitiko Nemea 750ML Bottle
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Gai'a Item #: 743018095816 -

A red dry wine made from the Agiorgitiko grape. The vines are planted on a ten-degree slope facing West-Southwest. After harvest, selected grapes are destemed, crushed and inoculated with strains of dry active yeast. The skins and juice are left in contact with each other for approximately six days at 28C. After fermentation, the wine is racked twice for clarity and then matured in French oak casks for approximately forty-five days. The result is a violet colored wine with intense flavor,...