Greece is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world and among the first wine-producing territories in Europe. The earliest evidence of Greek wine has been dated to 6,500 years ago. As Greek civilization spread through the Mediterranean, wine culture followed. The Ancient Greeks introduced vines such as Vitis vinifera and made wine in their numerous colonies in Italy, Sicily, southern France, and Spain. In the medieval period, wines exported from Crete, Monemvasia and other Greek ports fetched high prices in northern Europe.

Akriotou Orivatis Old Vine Savatiano
Akriotou Orivatis Old Vine Savatiano
Akriotou, "Orivatis", Old Vine Savatiano, Sterea Ellada, Greece, 2019 Grapes: 100% Savatiano, 45 year old vines. Vassiliki Akriotou sources her fruit for this wine from the "Plataies" vineyard, near the village of Plataea in the Sterea Ellada region,...
Manolesakis Estate 'Exis' Red, Drama, Macedonia, Greece 2019
Manolesakis Estate
Manolesakis Estate Exis Red Drama 2019
Manolesakis Estate 'Exis' Red, Drama, Macedonia, Greece 2019  Grapes: Moschomavro 55%, Limnio 45% This blend of Limnio and Moschomavro shows a complex bouquet, with gooseberry and blueberry from the Moschomavro grapes; and cherry, plum with hints...