Wine – Greek strengths
Greece has a great wealth of indigenous grape varieties; around 300 are known. However, only a handful are significant for wine production. These include the red Agiorgitiko and the white Moscophilero from which both single-variety wines and assemblages are produced, in many cases in combination with well-known international varieties.
Wine producer Apostolos Spiropoulos knows how to combine tradition with the modern. That includes the fact that he follows the Delinat guidelines and also implements them successfully. His grapes ripen in vineyards that are notable for especially high levels of biodiversity.
Greece – Cradle of European wine cultivation
The origins of European wine cultivation are located in Greece. It spread out from here. During the long period of Turkish rule from the 15th to the middle of the 19th century, wine production lost its significance in Greece. Then at the beginning of the 20th century, there was a revival, which gives us some remarkable wines to this day. They can be found in the Delinat online shop.Show less