Posts tagged with ‘Greek grapes’

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Lefkaditiki Ghi, Lefkas, Ionion Islands.

by Cornelius Wesseling
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All about Lefkas, Ionion Islands. The history of “Lefkas Earth” Started in 2000 When Dimitris Rombotis, Graduate Studies of Wine with experience as Responsible vine-dresser in Several Wine-cellars around Greece, Established the First Wine Cellar in the Village of South Sivros in Lefkas. Lefkada is A Large and fertile Island has much to offer Visitors and Residents Alike. Impressive […]

Santameriana

by Cornelius Wesseling
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The prominent grape variety of the region is called Santameriana. This is a white grape, round in shape with a thin filmed peel and a light and gentle aroma, which produced a fairly aromatic wine. Medium bunches with small and evenly rounded berries that turn from green to gold yellow straw colour during maturation. Harvest […]

Begleri

by Cornelius Wesseling
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The Begleri variety derives its name from the Syrian variety Begler. This variety is endemic to the island, since Ikaria is the only place where Begleri is being cultivated during the last century. Begleri is cultivated on leveled surfaces all over the island, and its yield rate reaches 500 kilos/1.000m². It is a variety with […]

Rokaniaris

by Cornelius Wesseling
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The white grape variety native to Greece . Due to the lack of DNA the exact origin is not known (as of end of 2013). The medium-ripening grape is generally quite resistant to disease and Drought . It provides fresh, acid-stressed white wines with aromas of peaches and stone fruits. The variety is in smaller quantities in the north-east of the Peloponnese grown. […]

Pamidi

by Cornelius Wesseling
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This is very old local variety, which has been cultivated in Bulgaria since the times of the ancient Thracians. In the past it was the most widely spread variety in our country. Today its plantations are highly limited. It is also cultivated in Yugoslavia, Albania, and Turkey (around Odrin), Greece, Hungary and Romania. The bunch is medium in size (16.4/10.1 cm), […]

Katsakoulias

by Cornelius Wesseling
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The red grape native to Greece. Synonyms are Gyftokoritho, Kaltsakouli, Kaltzakouli, Kartsakouli, Katskouli and Katsakoulia. The medium to late maturing, high-yielding vine is sensitive to Drought . It provides an acid-stressed red wine. The species is mainly on the island of Zakynthos and in small quantities on Peloponnese grown. A variety Viscum there is on the island of Euboea ( Central Greece ).

Araklinos

by Cornelius Wesseling
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The red grape variety native to Greece . Synonyms are Araclinos, Araklino and Raklino. It is believed that they with the variety vranac of Montenegro is the same, but there are corresponding DNA from (as of 2013). The medium-ripening vine is very sensitive to Drought . It provides soft-bodied red wines with moderate acidity. The rare species is in the west of the Peloponnese and the island […]

Kakotrygis

by Cornelius Wesseling
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You white grape native to Greece . Synonyms are Kako Tryghi, Kakotriguis, Kakotriki and Kakotryghis. Probably it comes vonm one of the Ionian Islands . The early ripening grape is susceptible to downy Mildew . It provides soft-bodied white wines with moderate acidity. The variety is produced in small quantities on the island of Corfu grown (Kérkyra). There is also a red berry […]

Verdea

by Cornelius Wesseling
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White table wine of the diverse island. Has a significant history of the island Zakinthos (Ionion Islands). The name comes from the word verde (green), and possibly explained by the fact that during the production of slightly unripe grapes were used to increase the acid content. The varieties used Verdea Skiadopoulos, Paul Goustoulidi etc., depending on the producer. Generous: senior wine, rich in flavor and aroma.

Skylopnichtis

by Cornelius Wesseling
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The red variety is from Greece . Synonyms are Kasteliotiko, Mavros Arcadia, Skylopnichtis Kokkino, Skylopnichtra and Skylopnihti. You may have come from the Ionian island of Zakynthos or the Peloponnese . In the opinion of Pierre Galet Pierre (born 1921) is no color mutation of the variety weißbeerigen Skylopnichtis Lefkos, but DNA has not yet been studied (as of 2013). The medium to late maturing grape is […]