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- Retsina (Gr****: Ρετσίνα) is a Gr**** white (or rosé) resinated wine, which has been made for at least 2,000 years. Its unique flavor is said to have originated...
- Aethionema retsina is a species of flowering plant in the family Br****icaceae. It is found only in Greece. Its natural habitats are Mediterranean-type...
- (Gr****: Μαλαματίνα) is the name of a Gr**** wine brand, mostly known for its retsina. It was founded in Alexandroupoli in 1895 by Konstantinos Malamatinas,...
- of Agriculture. During the 1960s, retsina suddenly became the national beverage. With rapidly growing tourism, retsina became ****ociated worldwide with...
- South Australian wine style can be called "resinated wine" but not "retsina". Retsina J. Robinson (ed) "The Oxford Companion to Wine" Third Edition pg 281-283...
- purée of walnuts, almonds, crushed garlic and olive oil), lentil soup, retsina (white or rosé wine sealed with pine resin) and pasteli (candy bar with...
- (or Savvatiano) is a white Gr**** wine grape used primarily in the wine Retsina. It is one of Greece's most widely planted grape varieties and is known...
- J. "Ominous Signs" (PDF). international-economy.com. Litan, Robert E.; Retsinas, Nicolas P.; Belsky, Eric S.; White Haag, Susan (April 15, 2000). "The...
- made with white beans and tomatoes, both New World plants), tiganites, retsina (white or rosé wine flavored with pine resin) and pasteli (candy bar with...
- famed medieval sweet wines (Commandaria and the eponymous Rumney wine). Retsina, wine flavoured with pine resin, was also drunk, as it still is in Greece...
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