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Greek Spreads
Tzatziki, tarama, scordalla, ktipiti, eggplant, caviar, feta cheese.
Fried Zucchini & Eggplant
Paper-thin cut zucchini, eggplant, & saganaki cheese, lightly fried.
Shish Kabob
Filet of Chicken Marinated, served with oven- lemon potatoes and rice.
Smoked mouse of eggplant, onions, parsley, olive oil & herbs.
Stone Crabs
Fresh from our local waters.


















~ Milos Estiatorio Authentic Greek Wines ~
Fine Wines From Celebrated Grapes & Vineyards of Greece

Agiorgitiko: (Greek: Αγιωργίτικο; also known as Aghiorghitiko, Mavro Nemeas and St. George) is one of the two widely-grown heat-resistant Greek wine-making grape varieties, the other being Xynomavro.  It is a red variety that has traditionally been grown in the Nemea region of the Peloponnese. It is one of the more commercially important indigenous Greek varieties, and it can take on a large range of characteristics, from soft to very tannic, depending on factors in the growing and winemaking processes.  This is the noblest of all Greek red grape wine varieties.  This dry red has an intense, complex nose and a rich generous, well-balanced taste.

Commandaria:  (or Commanderia; Greek: Κουμανδαρία) is an amber-colored sweet dessert wine made in the Commandaria region of Cyprus on the foothills of the Troodos mountains.  Commandaria is made from sun-dried grapes of the varieties Xynisteri and Mavro.  While often a fortified wine, through its production method it often reaches high alcohol levels, around 15%, already before fortification.  It represents an ancient wine style documented in Cyprus back to 800 BC and has the distinction of being the world's oldest named wine still in production, with the name Commandaria dating back to the crusades in the 12th century.  This dessert wine has been produced for over (4,000) years and is considered to be oldest wine in the world.  The combination of the rich black Mavro and the fruity white Xynisteri, produce the sweet dessert wine which 'Richard the Lionhearted' proclaimed the "The wine of the Kings and the King of wines!"

Arcadia:  This steely country wine from Arcodia is supple and balanced.  It is a blend of chardonnay and indigenous varieties.

Savatiano:  Is a white Greek wine grape used primarily in the wine Retsina. It is one of Greece's most widely planted grape varieties and is known for its resistance to drought condition. It is mostly planted throughout central Greece, particularly in Attica near Athens. In Retsina, the naturally low acidity of the grape is sometimes compensated from by the addition of Assyrtiko and Rhoditis in the blend.  The wine has a delicate grapefruit aroma and a soft structure (characteristic of the 100/Savatiano grapes of Attica) and is what gives this favorite its "Classic" Greek taste.

Laoutari:  This wine from the Matsa Estate is fresh, fruity white that is very smooth and rich.  It is a perfect complement with white meats, fish and cheese.

Merlot-Xinomavro:  Xynomavro or Xinomavro (Greek: Ξυνόμαυρο, English translation: "sour black") is the principal red wine grape of the uplands of the Naoussa and Amyntaion areas, in the prefecture of Imathia in Northern Greece. Various writers have compared Xynomavro to Bordeaux, Burgundy, BaroloThis grape is primarily cultivated in Naoussa, Goumenissa, Amyntaio, Rapsani, Trikomo, Siatista, Velvendo, and, on a lesser scale, on Mount Athos, at Ossa, Ioannina, Magnisia, Kastoria and Trikala.  This wine is a blend of Merlot and Xinomavro grapes from the Boutari Estate.  The "Vin de Garde" is a limited production wine.  The wine is full-bodied and richly textured with a velvet taste.

Ouzo:  (ούζο) is an anise-flavored distilled spirit that is widely consumed in Greece. It can be consumed neat or mixed with water.  Produced exclusively in Greece and considered the national drink.  Ouzo's origins have been lost in antiquity.

Roditis:  (also known as Roditis) is a pink-skinned Greek wine grape traditionally grown in the Peloponnese region of Greece. The grape was highly valued in the Greek wine industry prior to the phylloxera outbreak due to its ability to ripen late and maintain its acidity in hot climates like those of Peloponnese and Thessaly. However its susceptibility to powdery mildew and phylloxera dramatically reduced it plantings throughout the 20th century. Today it is most commonly blended with Savatiano in making the Greek wine Retsina.  This wine is made from varieties cultivated from select vineyards throughout Greece.  Roditis has a light salmon color and an intense, pleasing aroma.

Retsina:  (Ρετσίνα in Greek) is a Greek white (or rosť) resonated wine that has been made for at least 2000 years. Its unique flavor is said to have originated from the practice of sealing wine vessels, particularly amphorae, with Aleppo Pine resin in ancient times. Before the invention of impermeable glass bottles, oxygen caused many wines to spoil within the year. Pine resin helped keep air out, while at the same time infusing the wine with resin aroma.  This style of wine has been enjoyed in Greece for move then (3,000) years.  The wine is made from Saviatiano grapes and is a dry white with a brilliant gold color with a discreet pine bouquet.

Kretikos:  Wine from Crete, produced in both red and white.  The islands ancient wine traditions of Minoan origin, contribute to its delicate character.

Naousa:  (Greek: Νάουσα) is a city in the Imathia Prefecture of Macedonia, Greece. Population 22,288. The urban area sits off the road linking Veria and Skydra. The farmlands lie to the east, the forested and grove area in the western part and the Vermion Mountains to the west.  This wine has a fruity nose, deep ruby color and a long, lingering finish which characterize this popular red wine.

Paros:  This wine has a unique blend of red grapes; Mandilaria and white Monemvasia, that are exclusive of Paros.  This wine has a wood hint and a discreet nose which is typical of Paros.

Nemea:  This wine is from the largest wine producing region of Greece.  The wine has a soft cinnamon-spiced flavor.  This Peloponnesian red is full-bodied and deep purple which is characteristic of the agioritiko grape.

Goumenissa:  Negoska grapes and oak aging are what give this pleasant dry red wine its unique smoke and vanilla hints.

Mantinia:  This Peloponnesian white wine has traits that convey an understated elegance.  This wine has a delicate, fruity aroma and is enhanced by barrel aging.

Santorini: This wine's taste evokes 'Santorini' itself, with images of sun-drenched Greece and seas and skies of brilliant blue!  This is a classic dry white wine with a clean crisp taste.  It bespeaks the light quality of this oldest of Greek vineyards.

Samos:  This is a sweet, golden colored wondrous dessert wine that has an intense aroma of mature fruits and honey.  Muscat grapes grown on Samos provide its buttery mouth feel and lingering finish. 

Mavrothaphne:  The mavrothaphne grape is grown only on Patras in the vineyards of Cephallonia which gives its name to this sweet, red dessert wine.  This wines unique taste with its intense aroma and profound red color, result from aging in barrels.

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