PGI Retsina of Mesogia (ΠΓΕ Ρετσίνα Μεσογείων)

Since 1979, Retsina of Mesogia, have become entitled to bear a geographical indication of origin and now fall in the category of PGI wines of Greece. The PGI Retsina of Mesogia (ΠΓΕ Ρετσίνα Μεσογείων) includes the municipalities and regions of Keratea, Kropia, Markopoulo, Spata, Kalivia, Thrakikou, Kouvara, Paiania, Pallini, Pikermi and Stavros.

Retsina is produced by the addition of the natural resin extracted from pinus halepensis (commonly known as Aleppo Pine) before the start or during alcoholic fermentation. The maximum amount of addition is 1kg/hl. Having left only its aroma in the wine, the resin is then removed.


Savatiano and Roditis

Types of Wines:

-Dry white wine

-Dry rose wine