Greece’s winemaking has gone a long way since the times of Retsina and house wine .
Families still produce the house wine of the year , as they call it , from their small vineyards, as a tradition from one generation to another .
Greece stands on the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa,on the Mediterranean shores.
Within its small territory, we come across various regions and microclimates who have the capability of producing brilliant wines .
From the mountains of the north, to the islands of the Aegean sea , to Crete and the Peloponnese , wherever you find yourself , for sure there will be a great wine to taste.
Some of the most well known indigenous varieties are Moschofilero from the Peloponnese, Asyrtiko from Santorini , Xinomavro from Naousa, Vilana from Crete and so many others .