Metaxa 7 Star 40% 1lt

$68.99 (Regular price $84.99) On Sale

Metaxa is a Greek distilled spirit invented by Spyros Metaxas in 1888. It is a blend of brandy and wine made from sun-dried Savatiano, Sultana and Black Corinth grape varieties. It is then blended with an aged Muscat wine from the Greek islands of Samos and Lemnos. Metaxa comes in five major varieties: Three Stars, Five Stars, Seven Stars, Twelve Stars and the Grand Reserve. The number of stars represents the number of years the blend is matured. 

The flavour of Metaxa is unique, but very pleasant. It has a sweetness that comes from the muscat wines. It also has some citrus notes, maybe coriander, and other botanicals. Rumour has it that rose leaves are part of the botanical mix. 

The finish is smooth wih light herbal notes lingering on the palate 

All orders require a signature upon delivery, and must be signed for by someone over the age of 18.

Please address your order to an address where this can happen between the hours of 9am to 5pm (i.e Your Work address)

Shipping Costs

Up to 12 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:North Island (non-rural): $7.00North Island (rural): $12South Island(non-rural): $10South Island(rural): $17

Up to 24 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:North Island (non-rural): $14North Island (rural): $24South Island(non-rural): $20South Island(rural): $34

Chatham & Stewart Island: Addition delivery cost

Waiheke Island: $45.00

We do not ship outside of New Zealand.

All subscription plans and gift subscriptions prices include delivery to all New Zealand addresses.

All orders from our online liquor shop should arrive within 3-5 working days North Island and 5-7 working days South Island.

 

Exceptions during December:

In December, please allow 3 business days for delivery. The last day for Christmas orders is Monday 18th December at 5 am for all South Island and all rural deliveries, and the Tuesday19th December at 10am for North Island non-rural deliveries. After these dates Regional Wines cannot guarantee delivery before 25th December.