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PARPAROUSSIS (Peloponnese, Greece)

Thanasis Parparoussis who trained in Burgundy was one of the first of the new wave of Greek winemakers and set up his winery in 1974. He is now assisted by his daughters, Erifili and Dimitra. Parparoussis, remarkably, has shown a mastery of three completely different styles of wine. His Nemea Reserve of pure Agiorgitiko is consistently among the best wines from that appellation. He also produces dry whites of which one from the Sideritis grape which is native to the north west Peloponnese is unique and exceptionally subtle. Finally using grapes grown high to the east of Patras Parparoussis creates his Muscat de Rio Patras, a stunning sweet wine from Muscat à petits grains. Parparoussis has a very old fashioned commitment to quality that is almost indifferent to financial considerations. If a wine is not good enough for his well-recognised standards, it is simply not released.

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Wine TypeParparoussis Sideritis 2004
This unusual wine is made from the red Sideritis grape which is a native of the North West Peloponnese. It has a delicate minerality, excellently balanced acidity and a clean finish with hints of lime.

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Description Bottle Size Price per Bottle  Order
Parparoussis Sideritis 2004 75 cl   £ 8.49
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Whole case discount - buy a case of 12 to save £ 6.00 ( applies to whole cases only ).