You may not have had much Greek wine. For one reason or another, it doesn’t make it here in huge quantities, sadly. If you haven’t had a chance to try them, you’ve been missing out!
There’s been wine production going on in Greece for the last 6,500 years *at least*! With a plethora of indigenous varietals, and unique winemaking tradition and customs to draw from, Greece has a pantheon of producers continuing to highlight all things Hellenic.
These wines are all made using 100% Greek varietals in all manner of forms; natural white, lighter and richer reds, resinated (retsina!), and even something sweet to finish. Yamas!
Tetramythos, Retsina, Peloponnese 2019
Tetramythos, Muscat Blanc Sec Natur, Peloponnese 2019
Apostolos Thymiopoulos, Rose de Xinomavro, Naoussa 2019
Apostolos Thymiopoulos, Xinomavro Jeunes Vignes, Naoussa 2019
Tetramythos, Agiorgitiko Natur, Peloponnese 2018
Samos, Vin Doux Muscat Blanc, Samos