Gaia Greek vinegar (Vinegar of Santorini)
Santorini, Cyclades

Gaia Greek vinegar (Vinegar of Santorini)

This vinegar unites Greek grapes with the traditional French recipe and the balsamic vinegar from Italy. For the Greek vinegar, Gaia uses 'grape must' of the assyrtiko grapes from Santorini. The must is split into two equal parts and each is treated differently. One part oxidizes for years in old oak barrels, according to French tradition. The other part is reduced over low heat in copper kettles to a viscous vinegar. After 4 years, Gaia puts the parts together and lets the vinegar mature in oak barrels for another year. After tasting this unique, sweet Greek vinegar you will never want anything else. Gaia only makes 5000 bottles a year, so order soon!

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Santorini, Cyclades
250 ml

About the winemakers

The two wanderlust and studious Yiannis Paraskevopoulos and Leon Karatsalos established winehouse Gaia in the year 1994. Their goal was to serve every wine enthusiast worldwide with the best wines of Greek soil. To make this work they developed winehouse’s in the most important vineyard regions in Greece: Santorini and Nemea. On the island Santorini lies a winehouse near the beach in a beautiful industrial building from the 18 century where cherry tomatoes were being turned to tomato puree. Now the building is being used in a mix of old characteristics and high-tech modern appliances to make delicious wine. The winehouse in Nemea lies in the heart of the vineyard in Koutsi at approximately 550 metres above sea level. On the top of a mountain. With the beautiful view on the great plains of Nemea and the valley of the Asopos river.

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