The Greek sparkling wines are on the rise, following the general increase in wine consumption market, but also and the trend towards more light and easy to drink wines that can be consumed with or without food. See our list of semi-sparkling and sparkling wines (traditional method of second fermentation in the bottle, closed tank, etc.) from Greek varieties and try them.
Long-lasting foaming with intensity. Pale yellow color with soft aromas of almond flower, pear, peach, yeast and citrus notes. Well-built and floral mouth, enters sweetly and has a gentle acidity, min..
Dark pink color with fine, lasting bubbles. Strawberry on the nose, as also sweet tomato, cherry, nut and caramel notes. Mouth warm, alcoholic, with a mild acidity and a fruity character topped with a..
Charming pomegranate color, and nose exuding aromas of sweet red fruits like cherry, strawberry and pomegranate, and even violet and rose. Freshness and gentle sweetness in the mouth, while in the for..
Straw-greenish color, with fine bubbles and nose emphasising on yeast aromas, floral with hints of ripe peach. Slightly bitter mouth, with moderate volume and balance, but also particularly noticeable..
Fairly long-lasting large bubbles, with an elegant and complex nose consisting of notes of pear and whiteflesh peach, white flowers and toasted bread. Mouth delicious with clean acidity, velvety and f..
Pale yellow color, nose with fine aromas emerging with its elegant bubbles. Lemon, peach, melon and pineapple aromas, along with fresh yeast and bread crust scents tangling, charmingly, with the fragr..