Founded in 1879 by Yiannis Boutari, the Boutari Winery is known for its respect for tradition and dedication to quality. By resurrecting the unique qualities of indigenous grape varieties and combining them with well-known French varietals, the winery elevated the quality of Greek wines. Today, Boutari is the world’s number-one selling Greek wine. From its highly successful Greek and foreign varietal wines to the outstanding vintages from its own estates, Boutari highlights and enhances the vast potential of Greek wines in Greece and abroad.
Deep red with terracotta tints, this rich red wine has a sweet aroma of dried fruit, tomato and fig. Mature tannins balance the intense flavor of cinnamon, vanilla, wood and spices, leading to a lingering finish.
Bright golden-yellow in color, this wine offers a rich, complex aroma of oak, roasted nuts, butter and vanilla combined with ripe apple and peach notes. The texture is rich and smooth, with a balanced acidity and lingering flavors of smoke and honey.
Brilliant purple in color, this wine offers a pleasant aroma of pomegranate, violet and caramel. The light-bodied texture is fruit forward with notes of deep red cherry leading to a balanced, earthy finish.
Legacy 1879 is named for the year that John Boutari established Boutari winery in Naoussa. The wine symbolizes the history of the Boutari family and is intensely complex with aromas and flavors of red berries, dried fig, plum and cocoa. Deep red in color, it's full-bodied and has a pleasant acidity that makes it the perfect pairing for rich dishes such as braised beef or lamb stew.
A refreshing, dry white wine with an aroma of enticing citrus, floral and melon notes. The texture is crisp, fresh and well-balanced by lush flavors of orange blossom and white rose with a hint of spice on the finish.
Deep red in color with an intense aroma of cedar, olive, tomato juice, spice and mint. The balanced, full-bodied texture offers layers of vanilla, cocoa and berry flavors mixed with a pleasant acidity.
Deep ruby in color with an intense aroma of red fruits, marmalade, berry and cherry, this wine has a velvety taste and round texture. Flavors of chocolate, honey and dry nuts are balanced by smooth tannins and a lingering finish.
The grapes for Oropedio, which means "high plateau" in Greek, are grown in the mountains in the region of Mantinia. This wine exhibits strong aromas of white roses and grapefruit and is extremely food-friendly, perfect to pair with roasted vegetables, oysters, or Asian food.
A traditional Greek spirit, Boutari Ouzo is a wonderful example of the anise-flavored aperitif/digestif category. Made according to a centuries old Macedonian recipe, its dry taste and rich aroma come from choice fennel. This Ouzo is prized for its pure, authentic character.
Pale yellow in color with a distinctive aroma of citrus fruit, this well- balanced wine features full-bodied flavors of plum and fig and a long, aromatic finish.
Crystal-clear, brilliant, and soft white-yellow in color, this wine’s aroma offers intense notes of citrus trees, pineapple, peach and grapefruit. A fresh texture balances the pleasant taste and long aromatic finish.