Discover Greek grapes

Take a journey through the sun-drenched vineyards of Greece, where the art of winemaking spans thousands of years. From the slopes of northern Greece to the Aegean islands, each bottle tells a story of terroir, tradition and the vibrant spirit of Greek hospitality. Join us in uncorking the secrets of Greek wine and invite you to enjoy the diversity of varieties and flavours that make Greece a wine lover's paradise.

Assyrtiko: the volcanic elixir of Santorini

Start your Greek wine journey with the crown jewel of Santorini - Assyrtiko. Grown on the island's volcanic soil, the Assyrtiko grape yields a crisp, cork-dry white wine with mineral undertones. The Aegean breeze blowing over the vineyards gives the wine a unique character, making it perfect with fresh seafood or a relaxing afternoon by the sea.

Xinomavro: The Nebbiolo of the North

Travel to the vineyards of northern Greece, particularly Naoussa in Macedonia, to Xinomavro to discover. Often called the "Nebbiolo of Greece", Xinomavro produces robust red wines with high acidity and a complex flavour profile. Expect notes of dark fruit, tomato and spices, making this wine an excellent match for hearty dishes such as moussaka or grilled meat.

Agiorgitiko: The ruby emissary of Nemea

Nemea, in the Peloponnese, is home to the robust Agiorgitiko grape. This red variety creates wines that range from light and fruity to deeply structured and age-worthy. Agiorgitiko wines are often compared to Merlot and are versatile. They pair well with grilled lamb, aged cheeses or even a simple Mediterranean pasta.

Moschofilero: Aromatic grace from Mantinia

Heighten your senses with Moschofilero, a grape originally from the high-altitude vineyards of Mantinia. This aromatic white wine offers floral and citrus notes, making it a delicious choice for a sunny day. Enjoy it on its own or paired with light salads, seafood or traditional Greek meze.

Robola: the hidden gem of Kefalonia

Trek to the Ionian island of Kefalonia and discover Robola, a unique white grape variety. Robola wines are characterised by their lively acidity and pronounced minerality. Sip a glass of Robola while enjoying the breathtaking views of Kefalonia's landscapes or pair it with grilled fish and olive-oil-covered vegetables.

Limnio: the ancient red revival of Lemnos

Explore the historic island of Lemnos and get to know Limnio, one of the oldest grape varieties in the world. This red grape produces wines with a rich, velvety texture and a mixture of flavours, from dark fruits to spices. Limnio goes well with grilled meats and hearty Mediterranean stews.

Mavrodaphne: Sweet nectar from the Peloponnese

Indulge your sweet tooth with Mavrodaphne, a luscious, dark and fortified dessert wine. Produced in the Peloponnese, particularly in Patras, Mavrodaphne offers a symphony of rich, dried fruit flavours. Drink it on its own or pair it with desserts such as chocolate or baklava for a divine finale to your Greek feast.

Malagousia: A floral symphony from central Greece

Central Greece introduces us to Malagousia, a white grape variety that has been revived in recent decades. Known for their aromatic profile with floral and fruity notes, Malagousia wines are a sensory delight. Pair this elegant wine with light starters, grilled vegetables or creamy cheeses for a delicious experience.

Savatiano: The white ambassador of Attica

On our trip to Attica, we are introduced to Savatiano, a white grape variety common in the region. Known for its versatility, Savatiano produces both fresh wines without yeast and more complex wines that are barrel-aged. Enjoy a glass of Savatiano with grilled seafood, Greek salads or as an aperitif on warm summer evenings.

Retsina: Pine-soaked Greek tradition

No exploration of Greek wines is complete without Retsina, a unique and age-old style. Retsina comes from several regions and is characterised by its resinous flavour, a result of pine resin used in winemaking. Enjoy this distinctive flavour when paired with traditional Greek dishes such as souvlaki, dolmades or grilled octopus.

As you enjoy the kaleidoscope of Greek wines, each sip becomes a journey through the sun-drenched landscapes and ancient traditions of this remarkable country. Whether you prefer the crispness of Assyrtiko, the robustness of Xinomavro or the sweet embrace of Mavrodaphne, the wine heritage of Greece invites you to raise your glass and toast a land where every drop is a celebration.

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