Everyone knows how much Greece has suffered financially in recent years. What is less well-known, and more surprising, is how much Greek wines have advanced during this time. If you are thinking of Retsina, you are well behind the times.
For almost two decades, Greece has been producing more fine wines that the world is starting to discover. These are new wines from an old wine culture, not faceless, international wines that could have come from anywhere. They are distinctive, full of character, often made from native grape varieties by traditional methods, aided by contemporary techniques and know-how.
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