GREEK WINES

Sugar

Greek dry wines, in accordance to the Regulation EC 753/2002, are distinguished by the content of residual sugar which must not exceed the upper limit of 4 gr/lt.
Greek semi dry wines, in accordance to the Regulation EC 753/2002 are distinguished by their content of residual sugar which must not exceed the upper limit of 12 gr/lt.
The greek sweet wines,  in accordance to the  Regulation EC 753/2002, are  distinguished by their content of residual sugar which should not be less than 45 gr/lt.
Greek semi-sweet wines, in accordance to Regulation EC 753/2002, are distinguished by their content of residual sugar which should not exceed the upper limit of 45 gr / lt.

The art of wine tasting

Wine  tasting  is the acquaintance with the wine,  the perception of its character  using our senses. We can say that there are different levels of tasting...

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ENOTRIA Red Dry wine

A simple, easy to drink wine that is expressive of everyday life in Crete. It is a blend of two very old indigenous grape varieties...

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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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