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NOTOS (Greek for ‘South’) references Kanakaris’ Peloponnese homeland. Roditis is planted at between 450 and 700 meters above sea level on the north-facing slopes of Aigialeia, overlooking the Corinthian Gulf. The vines grow on Aigialeia’s sandy soils with a red and white clay topsoil on either side of the valleys and gorges of the five rivers of the Peloponnese. The vines have adapted well to the high elevation and sandy soils, which provide ideal conditions for slow ripening, aromatic concentration and freshness. The vines are both gobelet trained and on trellises. The family remains in constant contact with the winegrowers throughout the harvest to ensure that the vines are farmed with minimum irrigation and chemical pesticides.


This modern and light white wine has delicate aromas of lemon peel and exotic fruits. The palate is fresh and crisp, brimming with aromas of citrus, green apple and honeysuckle..


Normal price - £13.95 per bottle

6+ £11.95 per case- SAVE £12 PER CASE OF 6



Kanakaris, Notos Roditis, Greece CASE OF 6 BOTTLES

£83.70 Regular Price
£71.70Sale Price
75 Centiliters
  • 11.5%

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