greek wine

An Island Gem: Artemis Karamolegos Santorini Assyrtiko

This bone-dry, white wine from the Greek island of Santorini is made from the Assyrtiko grape, first cultivated among the island’s volcanic soils. The wine is golden in color and has a nose full of raisins and creamy lemon. Medium bodied, it is exceptionally rich for it’s kind, brimming with notes of orange and raisin, guided by tangy lemon zest and brackish water. The acid in this wine makes it a good candidate for aging if you’re looking for something to add to your cellar. Otherwise, consume this wine young and use it to soften deep fried dishes and seafood, or pair it with Greek cuisine, or even the meatiest… Read more »

Wines of Greece Tasting

If your mind may not automatically jump to Greece when you think of great wine regions, we’d love to change that! Stop in to sample through some great example of Greek wine, ranging from fruity rosé & tropical whites to deep, earthy, robust reds. Join us to taste: Dio Fili Xinomavro Rosé Antonopoulos Moschofilero Karamolegos Santorini Assyrtiko Mitravelas Red on Black Mitravelas Estate Nemea στην υγειά μας!