GREEK WINES

 

Vinification or winemaking

 

Vinification
Vinification or winemaking  is  the process  that leads from grape to wine. We can distinguish two types: red and white  vinification.  In red vinification we use red grapes. With extraction (juice and peel stay in touch for a while) we get the pigments that give colour and tannins to  the wine. Absence of extraction and immediate removal of  the skins gives us white wines, even if the grapes are red ,  such as Moschofilero . The main difference between  red and white vinification  is to keep the skin and juice of the grapes in contact. If  the process  lasts for a short  time,  it will give us rosé wines.

 
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Greek wine
Cretan wine

Recipe: Pasticcio

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CHARDONNAY White Dry wine

A fruity and refreshing white dry wine made from Chardonnay.

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Greek wineries

Since 1980, Greek wine has undergone a revolution in which quality, individuality and history are the hallmarks of a new generation of Greek wine producers determined to make their mark abroad.

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