|Greek grape varieties from A to…X (under “more on this variety” you will find extensive information, courtesy WineSearcher, or others)
This white grape variety is the most important grape of Santorini and it has been successfully planted in Halkidiki, Epanomi, Drama, Pangeon and the Peloponnese.
Extremely rare grape, only grown on the Island of Santorini.
A relativelive rare, light skinned grape from Northern Greece and the Pelopponnese.
The most widely distributed grape in the Greek vineyard. It is cultivated mainly in Attica and the rest of Central Greece. Together with Roditis, it is one of the main grapes for the production of retsina.
Very rare grapes (red & white) from high altitudes in the Peloponnese
An extremely rare red grape, ancient to Santorini
An extremely rare red grape from central Greece
The most distinguished red variety of Northern Greece. It manages well in continental climates, and it is cultivated in more regions than any other variety in Greece. Its grapes have an intensely acidic taste, even when mature.