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Our Favorite Greek Wines for the Warm Weather

Over the years, Greek wines have become incredibly popular, and for good reason. Greece has a long tradition of producing complex and tasty wines using various grape varietals and unique winemaking processes. It’s the ideal time to discover some top Greek wines for warm weather as the temperatures climb.



Assyrtiko is one of the most well-known Greek wines. This white grape type, mainly cultivated on the island of Santorini, is renowned for its lively acidity and flavor profile heavily influenced by minerals. Fresh fish and light summer fare go well with this wine. An aging assyrtiko in oak barrels can produce a more prosperous and textured wine.



Moschofilero is yet another Greek wine that is ideal for warm weather. This aromatic white grape type is famous for its floral and citrus notes and is mainly produced in the Peloponnese region of Greece. A wine that goes nicely with salads, grilled vegetables, and light pasta dishes. Refreshing.



Agiorgitiko is an excellent option for individuals who like red wine. This red grape type, often known as “St. George,” is mainly planted in the Nemea area of Greece and yields wines with robust fruit aromas and firm tannins. Grilled meats, roasted vegetables, and substantial pasta meals go nicely with agriorgitiko.



Another popular red grape type in Greece is called Xinomavro, and it is renowned for having a complex and rich flavor. Black fruit, tobacco, and spice aromas may be found in this grape’s robust tannins, lively acidity, and wines, primarily planted in northern Greece. Aged cheeses, stews, and heavy meat meals go nicely with Xinomavro.



Not to be forgotten is Retsina, a distinctive Greek wine that has been produced for generations. When the resin is added to fermenting grape must, it makes Retsina, a wine with a distinctively piney flavor and scent. It’s a light wine that goes nicely with seafood and meze-style cuisine.


If you want to explore the world of Greek wine, plenty of resources are available to help you discover new wines and expand your knowledge. Visit Krasi to experience all that Greece has to offer right here in Boston, MA. 

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