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are among the top touristic destinations of Greece.
Wine related activities are pretty common. Winemakers and winegrowers still keep alive the local varieties using both old and new techniques, making the best out of the means they have. Visitors shouldn’t omit to taste the rare local grape varieties and the unique blends from the Aegean Islands.
Especially the white wines that perfectly accompany fresh seafood, but the local cuisine also. Most of these amazing wines are not available in department stores, but they can be found at local wineries.
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The grape varieties of the Aegean Islands are:
Muscat of Alexandria, Limnio, Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains, Assyrtiko, Aidini, Athiri, Madilaria, Muscat of Trani, Malagouzia, Monemvasia, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet, Sauvignon, Grenache Rouge, Syrah, Tempranillo.
PGO (Protected Geographical Origin): Limnos, Rhodes, Paros & Malvasia Paros, Muscat Limnos, Muscat Rhodes, Samos.
PGI (Protected Geographical Indication): Dodecanese, Cyclades, Chios, Lesbos, Plagies Ampelou (Samos), Ikaria, Kos.
Wines produced: Vinsanto, Mezzo, Nykteri, Katsano, Methymnaeos, Abeliastos, Velvet, Samos nectar, Begleri, Lagopati.