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Kourtakis Retsina Kourtaki

Bottle Size: 1.50l Item #: 1012470
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Kourtakis Retsina Kourtaki 1.50l

Kourtakis Retsina Kourtaki

In 1895, Vassili Kourtakis (1865-1946) founded his company in Kolokotroni Street, Athens. In 1905 he established a small winery at Markopoulo, in the Mesogea, some 30 klms outside Athens. His son, Dimitris Kourtakis (1908-2005) started the commercialization of bottled wine and expanded distribution all over Greece. Now, more than a century later, the company remains fully owned and managed by the Kourtakis family

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

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4/2/15 8:50 AM JOINED 3/16/15
An excellent Retsina. It has renewed my interest in cooking Greek food.
We love it! This is our favorite wine. For the price it is a very good value. It is light and crisp but not for most people. You either love it or you don't. You have to be adventurous to love this wine.

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Kourtakis Kourtakis Retsina Kourtaki
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.50l
In 1895, Vassili Kourtakis (1865-1946) founded his company in Kolokotroni Street, Athens. In 1905 he established a small winery at Markopoulo, in the Mesogea, some 30 klms outside Athens. His son, Dimitris Kourtakis (1908-2005) started the commercialization of bottled wine and expanded distribution all over Greece. Now, more than a century later, the company remains fully owned and managed by the Kourtakis family
 

Notes on the Kourtakis Retsina Kourtaki 1.50L

Technical Notes 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