This tribute refers extensively to two Greek wine producing companies, Alpha Estate and Sigalas, “Both Alpha Estate and Sigalas are in the top tier of Greece’s wineries, the prices of their wines reflecting that status. Alpha Estate exports 32 per cent, Sigalas 42 per cent, but domestic sales are increasing at much the same rate as exports,” Executive Living wrote on June 29, 2013.
The Australian newspaper did not also forget to stress, “Given the meltdown in Greece’s economy, you might well imagine that the nascent quality branch of today’s wine industry has been dealt a fatal blow. Quite simply, that has not occurred”.
Particularly for Alpha Estate, the magazine Executive Living stated: “The wines of Alpha Estate look to the future as much as the past, the immaculate winery luxuriously equipped, the standards of its viticulture and wine-making world-class”.
Although Australia is a leading wine producing country, it imports important quantities of Greek wines and the Australian media often host quite praising comments on them.