Greek White is a catch-all category of traditional Greek white varieties. Examples of these wines include Roditis, Assyrtico, Moschofilero, Athiri and Robola, among others. You can use Wine Enthusiast’s online Buying Guide to find the top-rated Greek White wines among our extensive Greek White wine reviews and easy-to-use database. Our Greek White reviews will give you a general idea what to expect from wines made from Greek Whites, and will help you find one that best suits your needs.
Mantinia is the appellation for Moschofilero, a versatile grape that makes fine, crisp whites. This is a good example, a light, dry, crisply acidic wine that pours on the lemon-lime from start to long finish. Perfect to pair with oysters or grilled swordfish.
Looks like liquid sunshine, and has a creamy texture to match. Fills the mouth with warm flavors of banana and citrus, while an undercurrent of acidity keeps this structured. Finishes with a nice mineral note.
The White Fox is a refreshing, crisp white that offers a balance of acidity, spice and creamy pear flavors. There’s body and the wine has weight without being heavy, its lemon acidity keeping it aloft.
The light, elegant character of native grape Roditis is nicely showcased in this wine from Patras. Subtle aromas of citrus and almond lead into a fresh combination of fruit, citrus and spice on the palate. Consider this as a warm weather solo sip or an apéritif.
This energetic sip starts with aromas of pear, flowers, a zing of minerals, then follows with a fresh combination of lemon zest and honey on the palate. A floral, citric finish adds to the appeal. A fantastic wine for grilled seafood or poultry dishes.
A dancing nose of lemon and white flowers leads this fun, refreshing white from Greece. On the palate, clean and crisp citrus flavors and good acidity make it an ideal cohort for grilled seafood and salads. Versatile and a great go-to white.
An exuberant nose of fresh lemon, citrus and a touch of pear gives this friendly white a spirited start. On the palate, the wine offers great acidity, a clean citrus character and a dry, refreshing finish. An excellent warm weather and seafood wine.
A lovely nose of citrus, apples and spice gives this Moschofilero from Mantinia a fresh but opulent appeal. On the palate, it’s fuller bodied with rich fruit, but balanced by spice and minerals. A great white that can hold its own with myriad dishes.