Overall, there are more than 300 valuable native greek grape varieties that produce wines of different character.
Vilana grape is grown in all four prefectures of Crete.
Cretan indigenous variety, revived due to the restless efforts of young winemakers. It is cultivated mainly in the area of Heraklion.
It is a clone of Muscat that gets its name from the community of the Spina in Chania.
Famous Cretan wine during the Venetian occupation of the island.
White variety of French origin which is grown around the world and equally successful in Greek vineyards.
White variety, one of the most significant and widely spread around the world...
Cretan variety grown especially in Heraklion and Lassithi and is used in the production of wines “Dafnes PDO” and “Sitia PDO” wines.
Mandilari is an ancient indigenous Cretan variety.
There is an increasing interest of growers and winemakers for this variety in recent years.
Cabernet Sauvignon is the undisputed king of red varieties.