have a bright white-yellow color
have a moderate or deep ruby color
The PGI Peloponnese area, established in 1989, consists of 7 regional units: Argolida, Arcadia, Achaia, Ilia, Corinthia, Laconia and Messinia. PGI Peloponnese wines (Protected Geographical Indication), in accordance with national and European wine legislation, do not belong to the same quality category as PDO wines, but also largely demonstrate authenticity, authenticity and formality, concerning their varieties and regions. PGI Wines Peloponnese, produced by Zacharias Winery, in the wine-growing zone located on the administrative boundaries of the Municipality of Nemea, in Corinthia of the Peloponnese, as well as in Mantineia of Arcadia.
The climate of the Peloponnese varies depending on its region and altitude. It is mild and warm on the coast and cold inside. In general, the Peloponnese is a privileged region, in terms of climate, because it has the characteristic Mediterranean climate type.
Varieties «PGI Peloponnese»
The dynamics of the Peloponnesian vineyard are eloquently reflected, apart from its area superiority and its varietal composition.
The white wine PGI Peloponnese is produced from grapes of the varieties Nightingale, White, Athiri, Asproudia, Assyrtiko, Kydonitsa, Lagori, Malagouzia, Monemvasia, Moschato white, Moschofilero (Fileri), Petroulianos, Roditis, Rokanaris, Savvatianο, Ironitis, Siadopoulos, Chardonnay, Sauvignon blanc, Amintho, Viogner, Riesling, Robola, Gewutztraminer and Ugni blanc.
The red wine PGI Peloponnese is produced from grapes of the varieties Agiorgitiko, Augustiatis, Voidomatis, Voloitsa Black Trapsa, Kolliniatiko, Mandilaria, Black Kalavrytino, Mavrodaphne, Mavroudi, Mavrounia, Dogpnichi, Fokiano, Wholesale Black Calabrian, Psilo-black Kalavrytino, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Grenache rouge, Merlot, Tempranillo, Mourvedre, Carignan, Syrah and Refosco.