Agiorgitiko is a red wine grape variety that is indigenous to the Peloponnese region of Greece. The grape has been cultivated in the region for centuries and has a rich history in Greek winemaking. It was traditionally used to produce sweet, fortified wines, but in recent decades, winemakers have focused on producing dry red wines from the grape. Agiorgitiko is known for producing medium to full-bodied wines with soft tannins and rich fruit flavors, including notes of plum, black cherry, and spice. The grape is typically grown on the slopes of the Nemea region, where the warm climate and well-drained soils provide ideal growing conditions. Today, Agiorgitiko is one of the most highly regarded red wine grapes of Greece, and is widely sought after by wine lovers around the world for its unique character and rich history.