A New Generation of Greek Wines

Though not as well-known as their Italian, French, or Spanish counterparts, Greek wines are gaining in popularity as they become more readily available to North American consumers. From time immemorial, grapes have been cultivated in Greece, benefiting from its warm and sunny climate. However, the state of wine production in Greece is changing rapidly as a result of the country’s recent economic turmoil. Read more about the exciting changes taking place in the world of Greek wines in this piece by Panos Kakaviatos for Decanter magazine.

Greek Wines: The New Generation

 

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  1. *** says:

    just had an organic italian red from rachelle-béry on rachel near st-denis. so good!! “the man who’s taken his fill of wine and food/can fight with enemy warriors all day long” — Iliad 19. 167-8, trans. Peter Green (2015)

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