The white grape variety originates from Greece. Their name refers to the light red color of berries. Synonyms are Alepou, Kanellato, Kokkinara, Kokkinostaphylo, Lisitsines, Litsitsines, Rhodites, Rhoditi, Rhoditis, Rodea Stafyli, Rodites, Roditi Roditi Kokkinos, Roditis, rosÃ©, Rogdites, Rogditis, Roidites, Roiditis, RoÃ¯do, Roigditis, and Sourbiotes Sourbiotis. It is especially on the island Peloponnese disseminated. Overall, they covered 7,200 hectares of vineyard and is so far ahead in the rankings. The late-ripening variety is particularly susceptible to the Real Mildew . It provides an acid-stressed white wine with an aroma of citrus fruits and almonds, which has aging potential. Frequently, this is the sort Savatiano blended with resin such as wine Retsina .