Gabby Skinner



Greece has been home to wine making for over 6000 years and is home to over 300 indigenous varieties of grape. Wine grapes are grown all over Greece. A few top regions are the Cyclades, especially Santorini, where Assyrtiko and other vines are tied into a basket shape to protect the fruit against the continuous wind; the Peloponnese peninsula, particularly Neméa, which produces full-bodied, and juicy reds like Agiorgitiko; and Náoussa in Macedonia, the heart of Xinomavro.

Greek culture is deeply rooted in its religious pantheon, the Theos wine draws from these mythic figures, matching elements of the gods to the kinds of wine they personify.