The history of viticulture is closely linked to the development of earlier cultures. The product of the vine, the wine was considered a drink of the gods.
In Greek antiquity three types of wine were distinguished: white, black and amber, these could be dry, semi-dry and sweet. Old wine was more appreciated than young.
Wine has evolved since ancient times as part of life, culture and nutrition in Europe.
In the past 150 years, winemaking has been completely revolutionized as art and science. The modern recognition of the wine pays homage to the timeless art of winemaking and demonstrates the importance of wine in the history and diversity of European culture.
We at Bakalikon want to continue to keep the history of Greek wine alive. That’s why we offer wines from Greek grape varieties. Just ask us, we are happy to advise you about our wines!