Roditis is an ancient pink-skinned white grape variety indigenous to the Peloponnese peninsula wine region of Greece. The grape is one of the most planted white grapes in the country and most versatile. Probably its most famous usage is the blending partner to the Savatino grape in the infamous Retsina resin wine. It is cultivated throughout the whole land with the most plantings in Macedonia and Peloponnese wine regions. Roditis grape characteristics are reminding of fresh, lemony or depending on the region, mineral aromas, light to medium body and refreshing acidity, perfect for everyday wine. Better expressions are the blended wines with Moschofilero to Greece's flagship variety Assyrtiko. Roditis is a grape with undiscovered potential, often overshadowed from the more dominant and popular grapes native grapes of Greece. Plantings of Roditis are to be found only in Greece.