Although it used to be one of the most rare and unexploited varieties, Malagouzia has become the white variety of Greece’s fashion, at least during the last decade. The main reason is its exceptional aromatic character, both in dry and sweet wines, with hints of peach and intense characters of green pepper, basil and flowers. With a medium body, wines from Malagouzia are not flabby and have moderate alcohol. It is come across in different areas of Greece, after it’s revival in Chalkidiki, while it originates from Central Greece (in the east).