"Produced from Savatiano grapes grown in some of the finest vineyards of Attica the most noted region for the production of Retsina wine. It is a dry slightly piquant wine which owes its characteristic flavour to the addition of a few pieces of pine resin to the must before or during fermentation."
Today Retsina Kourtaki is the most popular Greek wine and holds a 65% share of the domestic market.
A wine to accompany food, especially strong flavoured and spicy dishes. The Greeks consume it with their starters (mezes), but it can also accompany white meat and fish dishes