Greek Wine List: White Wines, Red Wines
Greece produces some of the best red and white wines. Greek wines are often made throughout all regions of Greece and vary in flavor, color and acidity based on the harvest time, temperature and soil quality. Both red and white wine has been made in Greece for thousands of years. In recent times, Greek wine has started to become very popular throughout Greece, Europe and even in the United States. Read about the many types of Greek wines to try with your next meal!
CLICK ON EACH TYPE OF WINE BELOW TO READ ABOUT THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF RED AND WHITE WINES MADE IN GREECE:
Agiorgitiko: Greek Red Wine
Agiorgitiko is a dark red Greek wine with a fantastic silky and spicy taste with hints of plum. The Agiorgitiko is typically made from the grapes from the northeastern region of Peloponnese, Greece of Nemea.
Aidani: Greek White Wine
Aidani is a white Greek wine with pale yellow and green color that is often produced near the Aegean Sea and on the island of Santorini.
Athiri: Greek White Wine
Athiri is a white Greek wine that is produced in the Greek island of Rhodes and has a sweet citrus aroma and flavor.
Mavrodafni: Greek Red Wine
Mavrodafni is a Greek red wine that often uses a dark red grape that is often found in the Achea region in Northern Peloponnese, Greece.
Mavroudi: Greek Red Wine
The dark Greek red wine of Mavroudi is often comprised of various grapes in the several regions of Greece.
Moschofilero: Greek White Wine
Moschofilero is a fantastic Greek white wine that is made from some of the finest grapes from local vineyards in the southern Peloponnese region of Greece.
Retsina: Greek White Wine
Retsina is a Greek white resinated table wine. Retsina has been made for thousands of years and is made so by sealing wine vessels and is made throughout all regions of Greece.
Sideritis: Greek Pink Wine
Sideritis is a rose and pink colored Greek wine that is grown and cultivated in the region of Peloponnese, Greece, the Greek island of Evia and Patras.
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