White wine has accompanied economic development and colonized every country whose inhabitants are wine drinkers.
Beringer White Zinfandel
Matua Sauvignon Blanc
Seven Daughters Chardonnay
Woodridge Pinot Grigio
Greek White Wines
The earliest evidence of Greek wine has been dated to 6,500 years ago.
This dry white is fresh and flavorful with a fruity bouquet and light crisp finish.
Varietals: Savatiano, Roditis
Wine Region: Attica and Viotia, Greece
Attica and Viotia, Greece
Grape variety: Moschofilero
Boutari Moschofilero (moh-skoh-FEE-leh-roh) is a premium white wine made from 100% Moschofilero grapes grown in high elevation vineyards in the AOC region of Mantinia in the Peloponnese.
For years Boutari Moschofilero has been an important selling white wine in Greece and, until recently, a virtual unknown in the United States. That was until Tony Terlato discovered it in a blind tasting at Paterno Wines International’s corporate headquarters. From his first sip, he believed this little gem, so rich in flavor, was a secret just waiting to be discovered in the United States. Boutari Moschofilero’s explosion in sales supports his initial prediction; national press, leading restaurateurs, wine retailers and consumers across the country have embraced this crisp, refreshing white wine with enticing citrus, floral and melon aromas.
Most red wine is aged for some period before bottling, though this can vary from a few days to 18 months or more.
Clos Du Bois Cabernet
Fall Creek Cabernet Sauvignon
Joel Gott Cabernet Sauvignon
Greek Red Wines
Greek wines and their varieties are well known and traded throughout the Mediterranean.
A dry red wine made in a modern style with no wood aging with plummy and spicy notes and firm finish.
A wine made in a modern style with no wood aging with a bouquet of sweet black fruit and ripe cherries that erupts on the palate.
Wine Region: Nemea, Greece
Color Deep red with purple hues
Aroma Blackberry, plum and chocolate
Taste Rich, with soft, round tannins and bit of spiciness on the finish
30% Cabernet Sauvignon
Our house Greek red sold by the glass.
This un-oaked dry red is mellow with plummy and spicy notes.
Varietals: Agiorgitiko, Syrah
Wine Region: Corinthia and Viotia, Greece
A ruby-red color; an intense and rich nose redolent of black raisins; a full-bodied, rounded palate showcases the sweetness of dried raisins; the mouth is filled with marvelous Mavrodaphne notes, while the tongue receives a welcome surprise in the guise of this intensely pleasurable versatile wine.
Varietals: Mavrodaphne, Black Korinthiaki
Wine Region: Patras, Greece
Nemea is a region in Greece which is known for producing the grape from the argioritiko variety,.
This red blend was aged in a combination of new and old French oak barrels for 12 months. It has a lively red color and smoky character. Aromas of red fruit with plum dominating mature tannins. A finish laced with notes of oak and vanilla.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Agiorgitiko
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