Greco Wine

Greco is an Italian grape variety that exists in both red and white varieties and is believed to be of Greek origin. The white Greco grape variety is much more prolific than the red and is mainly grown in Calabria and Campania in Italy, the latter producing attractive Greco di Tufo wines. Greco wines have been likened to Viognier and tend to have a stone fruit taste, notably light coloured orchard fruits such as peaches. Prawns, pork roasted with fennel, or tuna with a lemony sauce are all tried and tested food matches.

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  • Vigneti del Vulture Pipoli Greco-Fiano 2017, Basilicata

    If you've not tried native Italian white grape varieties much, you're in for a surprise. This is a 50/50 blend of Greco and Fiano from the southern wine region of Basilicata. If you like aromatic, crisp, refreshing whites (Sauvignon Blanc for example), then you'll have found a new friend Read More.

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