Posts tagged with ‘Peloponnese’

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Dereskos Domaine, Messinia, Peloponnese.

by Cornelius Wesseling

All about Messinia, Peloponnese.   Domaine Dereskos was founded in municipality of Messinia Gargaliani since 1994.The place is near by the historical Pylos town in southwest Peloponnese. The family vineyards are a part of southwest zone of Messinia, a traditional wine cultivation zone. Domaine Dereskos is highlighting to the special characteristics of the vines into this […]

Aivalis Winery, Nemea, Peloponnese.

by Cornelius Wesseling

In our vineyards total area of ​​35 acres cultivated varieties AGIORGITIKO, SYRAH, CABERNET, MERLOT. In recent years, the winery, wine and white wines of high quality varieties CHARDONNAY, SAUVIGNON BLANC, ASSYRTIKO. The winery also works with contracted growers who follow the strict rules governing philosophy of the culture of the winery in order to produce […]

Santameriana

by Cornelius Wesseling

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 […]

Sant’Or Wines, Achaia, Peloponnese.

by Cornelius Wesseling

All about Achaia, Peloponnese.  With three generations of viniculture and wine production, we scrupulously gathered and sought the best grapes for our wines from our biological treated vineyards. Our assorted variety of grapes include Santameriana – Roditis – Mavrodaphne Viniculture is on our 4 hectare biological vineyard in slate rock soil with unique “terroir”. The […]

Evritos Winery, Messinia, Peloponnese

by Cornelius Wesseling

All about Messinia, Peloponnese. In 2006, the winery styled Eyrytus is passed to the hands of the third generation of Tsopelakos family. Demosthenes Tsopelakos, loyal to the tradition, and relying on the top quality products his family has been offering the area over the years, upgrades the existing winemaking unit, making it a modern plant […]

Rokaniaris

by Cornelius Wesseling

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. […]

Katsakoulias

by Cornelius Wesseling

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

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 […]

Kolliniatiko

by Cornelius Wesseling

A variety of a deep red color, Kolliniatiko is cultivated in the Peloponnese and is named after the village of Kollines, Arkadia (Arcadia)..

Thrapsa

by Cornelius Wesseling

Different from Thrapsathiri, the rare, red Thrapsa variety is cultivated in the Peloponnese / Laconia.