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Lesvos, also known as Mytilini, is a Greek island located in the northeastern Aegean Sea. While it is the third-largest island in Greece, it is not particularly famous for wine production. However, Lesvos has a rich history of viticulture and winemaking, similar to other Greek islands, thanks to its Mediterranean climate.

The island's wine production is relatively small compared to more prominent Greek wine regions. Nevertheless, Lesvos cultivates both local and international grape varieties. Among the indigenous grapes, Chidiriotiko is the most notable variety grown on the island, producing red wines with good structure, moderate acidity, and fruity aromas. Other grape varieties include Assyrtiko and Muscat of Alexandria, which are more widely grown in other regions of Greece.

Lesvos is better known for its production of ouzo, a traditional Greek anise-flavored liqueur. The island is home to several well-known ouzo distilleries and is considered one of the primary ouzo-producing areas in Greece.

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