Known from its role in the production of ancient Corfu’s “Anthosmias oenos” as mentioned by Thucydides, white Kakotrygis is one of the most widespread varieties in some of the Ionian...
A red grape variety of the Peloponnese, Kalavrytino Black has a fruity aroma and refreshing taste. It is vinified on its own or participates in red blends.
A late-harvested red cultivar, of possibly Asia Minor origin, Karabraimis is cultivated on the island of Evia and on a few of the Aegean islands.
Karnachalades is a late red grape variety, very rarely found in some vineyards of northern Greece and yielding dry, relatively light red wines.
A gentle and alcohol-rich white grape variety, Katsano is found on the Aegean islands. The few Katsano vines cultivated are scattered among the vines of other varieties.
Keratsouda is a rare, nearly extinct, red variety of northern Greece. It is mainly used in white blends.
Red Kolindrino is an exceptionally rare cultivar of northern Greece. The first attempts at vinifying it yielded robust wines, full-bodied and richly hued.
A variety of a deep red color, Kolliniatiko is cultivated in the Peloponnese and is named after the village of Kollines, Arkadia (Arcadia)..
Hard to find, Kontokladi, is a white grape variety cultivated on the Ionian islands and the vineyards of mainland Greece.
A Cretan, red cultivar, Kotsifoliatiko has all but become extinct. It is a cross between Kotsifali and Liatiko: hence, the color and character which hovers between the two varieties it comes from.
Krassato is the heart of Rapsani, the red dry wine made out of the vineyards of the “godly” Mount Olympus. PDO Rapsani is produced from three red grape varieties: Xinomavro, which is found in the area...
Despite the fact that Kritiko’s name alludes to Crete, it is actually the Cyclades which can claim a few plantings of this high-alcohol, white cultivar.