Boutari Kretikos White was "born and bred" on the island of Crete, an island with a long tradition of viniculture. Its characteristic blue label reflects the vibrant blue color found in the Greek flag and mirrored in the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. This color also alludes to its freshness. The label depicts a fresco from Knossos, the palace of mythologicail King Minoa, King of Greece's ancient Minoan civilization.
Crystal-clear, brilliant, soft white-yellow color.
Intense fruity aroma of citrus trees, pineapple, peach and grapefruit.
A fresh wine with a pleasant taste and a long aromatic finish. Delicious as an accompaniment to seafood and Greek appetizers.
Varietal: Dry White Table Wine
Greece is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world. The earliest evidence of Greek wine has been dated to 6,500 years ago where wine was produced on a household or communal basis. At that time wine was exported to Europe as a treasured drink, but now days it is competing in a world market. In the 1960's Retsina put Greece back on the map and became their national beverage. Important Regions Include Macedonia, Patras, Santorini, Samos, Crete, and the Agean Islands.