When thinking of the seaside country of Greece, the first thing that probably pops into your head would be the grand Acropolis, the crumbling Parthenon, the crystal clear waters and black sands of Santorini, or the luxurious party resorts of Mykonos. But the latest craze for the tiny country is one that few know: locally produced wine!
Agiorgitiko, Xinomavro, Limniona, and Savatiano: Greece has a wide variety of grapes that make some interesting, tasty wines. Confused at which varietals are the best to try? Decanter has a handy guide just for you! Read more.