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The regions of Greece might remind you of reading Homer or studying ancient history. The two main larger
grape-growing regions are Macedonia and Peloponnese. Some of the regional grapes to know include the whites,
Assyrtico and Moscofilero as well as the reds, Agiorgitiko and Xynomavro. In the Peloponnese, there are a few
sub-regions making white wines from the pink-skinned Moscofilero grape. These wines are aromatic, dry and a bit
spicy in flavor. The most popular red of Peloponnese is Agiorgitiko, which can make both dry and sweet,
port-like wines. Xynomavro is the red grape of Macedonia, where it produced deep, dense, earthy red wines
that are often oak-aged.