That's Greek (wine) to me
Naoussa is the best example
AmYndeon made from the same grape is a light red and can also be a pleasant still or sparkling rose.
NegOska produces a soft red .
Chalkidiki of the central peninsula produce the Cotes de Meliton wines, both white and red, from a combination of French (Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc) and Greek varieties.
The secluded monastic community of
In the same region, KatOi, a fine rich red is made from imported Cabernet Sauvignon vines.
KrasAto varieties which grow on the northeastern slopes of
AnhIalos, on the shores of Pagasitikos, produces a fresh white wine, made mostly from RodhItis grapes.
In CENTRAL GREECE, Attica, the region around
MandinIa, a delicate aromatic white wine, is produced on the vineyards east of
In the region of Patras both dry and sweet, white and red wines are produced. Muscat of Patras and Muscat of Rio as well as MavrodhAfni are three well-loved sweet wines.
Some scholars believe that the medieval city of
Limnio variety, mentioned by Aristotle, produces light fragrant red wines.
Mt.Psiloritis mountain keeps the hot winds of
ArchAnes is a dry red made from KotsifAli and MandhilariA grapes. Another red, DafnEs, is made from LiAtiko, probably an ancient variety. From this variety, a sweet red vin de liqueur is also produced.
SitIa produces a dry and a sweet red . A dry red made from KotsifAli and MandhilariA, and a very popular fruity white from VilAna grapes are the SitIa AOC.
Santorini, the spectacular volcanic island produces a lovely white wine made from AssYrtiko grapes. To guard their vines from the strong etesian winds local growers shape their branches in a basket-like form in which the grapes grow. VisAnto is a marvelous sweet wine made from partly sun-dried grapes.
Similar sweet wines, often called Liasto, are produced throughout the
ISLANDS OF THE IONIAN SEA:While Corfu, Zakynthos and Lefkada produce some very interesting wines, only Robola from
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