This iconic winery has been producing wine since the 1960’s. It is located in Halkidiki in the PDO region of the Slopes of Meliton. Domaine Porto Carras is the largest organic winery in Greece and well-known for quality and exceptional care of the vineyard. Historically, they are acclaimed for planting the first vineyards of Malagousia and a vineyard recognized for viticulture experimentation; currently 23 varietals are being grown in the vineyard.Learn More
Bright straw, blonde color, delicate citrus aromas, roasted nuts and lemon. Typically fruity character of Northern Greece Assyrtiko but more crisp on the palate with zesty acidity and high minerality since the vineyards are near the sea.
Baked herb chicken with a lemon sauce, light white fish and goat cheese crostinis.
Athiri 60% Muscat of Alexendria 40%
Bright lemon color with intense aromas of pear, apricot, banana and hints of rose petals. Fresh and vivid in mouth, with balanced acidity and a fruity finish.
Juicy hamburgers, sweet potatoes fries and fresh salads
Deep ruby color. Aromas of ripped forest fruits, notes of vanilla, leather and black pepper. Well structured and velvet in mouth with intense aromas of black berried fruits and rounded sweet tannins.
Pot roast with carrots and caramelized onions or eggplant lasagna
2015 vintage – Silver medal at Decanter, Silver medal at the TexSom International Wine Awards
Cabernet Sauvigon 50%, Cabernet Franc 30%, Limnio 20%
An iconic Greek red wine produces for decades. Complex aromas dominated by black berry fruits and cedar. Delicate, smoky, great structure and seamless balance. Excellent quality, rich and long velvety finish. Aged in French oak barrels for 24 months and then in bottles for 10 years in the cellar before released.
Filet mignon with truffle sauce, rich sauces and chocolate cake
2007 vintage - 84 points Wine Spectator