Kourtakis Retsina Kourtaki this un-oaked dry white is crisp and refreshing with a lively, refined fruity taste and delicate bouquet.
"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