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One of Greece's most popular grapes, Agiorgitiko makes fragrant medium-full bodied red wines and also lighter rosés. Agiorgitiko means "St George's Grape", and is named for a chapel near Nemea. It is also one of Greece's oldest grape varieties, and has been historically associated Hercules, with Agiorgitiko wine often termed "Blood of Hercules".

General Characteristics

Wines with this grape

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