Apart from Greece’s world-renowned and distinguished gems—Assyrtiko Santorini, Moschofilero Mantinia, Nemea Agiorgitiko and Xinomavro Naoussa / Amynteo / Goumenissa—there are several new, up-and-coming grape varieties which, depending on the type and style of wine they yield, show impressive potential and seem to be but a...

Locals carefully grow and mature ROBOLA in a way that has made them famous for the quality wines produced. The Omala Valley of Kefallonia is the island’s primary wine-region, and most vineyards and wineries are clustered around St. Gerasimos Monastery. Most are open to the...

Greek Wines: 7 Greek Varietals to Know Though they’ve been around for four millennia, Greek wines are a bit overlooked today. We have been performing Greek wine tasting several times on indigenous varieties and we are pointing out seven varietals to look for. Greek wines may be...

What would be the wines that could matches to every kind of fish? How easy is to do greek wine and food pairing? Each fish corresponds to a number of possible combinations of wine. Fishes, depending on their texture and their flavor can be divided into four...

Traditional Greek cuisine is a paradigm of the Mediterranean Diet. Many of the country’s food customs derive from the fasting dictates of the Greek Orthodox calendar, which means an abstention from all animal products and fish (but not seafood, which is bloodless) for about half...

According to Greek and international wine experts, that have reviewd a great number of samples, we have completed a list of the 10 best Greek red wines, made from indigenous Greek grapes. 1. 2008 Domaine Sigalas Mavrotragano, PGI Cyclades. 94 points. 100% mavrotragano. (50+ yrs. old vines) organic. 18 months new French oak. Regional food: Kleftiko, World:...

Agiorgitiko (r) One of the two most important red varieties of the Greek vineyard which we come across mainly in the Peloponnese and mostly in Nemea, but because of its dynamics, gradually in other parts of Greece too. It is a multifunctional variety since, except from...

Reading a Greek Wine Label Greek Wines: Hard to Pronounce Easy to Drink The wine label is the consumer’s important first contact with the wine. Over half of the wine buyer’s decision is based on the appearance of the wine label. A well-made label promotes the unique...

In order to fully and safely enjoy wine, all that is needed is to keep in mind some simple responsible drinking guidelines: • Drink slowly and savor the wine • Accompany wine with good food even if it is a light meal • Accompany your wine drinking with...