GREEK WINES

Carbon dioxide

According to EC Regulation 1493/99, greek still wines do not contain carbon dioxide.
According to EC Regulation 1493/99, semi-sparkling greek wines are defined  as those having pressure between 1 and 2.5 atmospheres at 20 °C.
According to EC Regulation 1493/99, a sparkling wine is any greek wine with an excess of 3 atmospheres in pressure due to carbon dioxide at 20 °C .

SAUVIGNON BLANC White Dry wine

Sauvignon Blanc with a touch of Crete! The warm climate enriches the aroma and gives the wine body and soul, without taking away any of its zest and vivacity.

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Grape variety Syrah in Crete, Greece

There is an increasing interest of growers and winemakers  for  this variety  in recent years.

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Recipe: Fried smelt and squid

Combines well with Douloufakis "Enotria" White dry wine.

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