greek wine event

Greek Wine Dinner at Tokyo American Club

Feb 17, 2024 at 6:00am ~ Feb 17, 2024 at 9:00pm

Greek wines offer great diversity across varieties, wine regions, and styles.
Wine played an important role in Ancient Greek wine history, culture, and mythology.
The Mediterranean climate and soil types allow for excellent grape growing.
Greek wine regions are known for producing full-bodied red and crisp white wines.
Some key indigenous grapes used are Agiorgitiko, Assyrtiko, Moschofilero, and Xinomavro while international varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are also popular.
Greek wines provide excellent value, with many high-quality offerings at affordable prices.

Our Premium Venue: Tokyo American Club


The Greek Wine Dinner’ Menu and Wine Selection


Ouzo, A dry anise-flavored aperitif that is widely consumed in Greece
With Bread Roll with Extra Virgin Olive Oil



White dry wine, Little Ark Lantides, P.G.I.,
Greek wine grapes: Assyrtiko – Malagouzia ( 50/50) = two indigenous grape varieties of Greece.
Notes of ripe, tropical fruits such as pineapple, and lemon notes. The mouth is rich and smooth, with a fruity fine taste.
Paired with Sea Scallop Tataki, Arugula Salad, Dried Mango, Feta Crumbles, and White Balsamic Dressing. 



Greek wine: A Light Body Red: Ergo Agiorgitiko 100%, from Nemea 
Delicious notes of nuts such as cherry and prune dried from a famous Greek Wine Variety
Paired with Local Chicken Kebab Skewers, Vegetable Couscous, Hazel Nuts, Cilantro 



Greek wine god: Full body Red, Gold Vine PGI, 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Peloponnese
Aromas of blackberry and spices even with a hint of cedar and wild herbs. Velvety tannins and a long, balanced finish.
Paired with Grilled Grape Fed Beef Striploin, Mashed Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Red Wine Jus 



Greek Wine: Anosis Lantides P.G.I, 2016, Moschofilero 100% from Peloponnese
Also called “The Chameleon Wine” A distinct aromatic grape from within the Scotini region of Argolida
Paired with a Strawberry Tart


Segafredo Zanetti Coffee or Organic Tea 


Vegetarians are welcome; please request in advance.

The Wine Instructor

Michael grew up drinking wine and quickly learned to appreciate its finesse and variety.
Living in Italy he had the opportunity to try different wines regularly, and would often visit canteens for tasting. After moving to Tokyo he found his knowledge and passion could be put to use professionally as well, therefore entered the wine industry where he has been working for more than 4 years.
Michael speaks English, Italian, French, and Japanese.

Saturday, February 17th Schedule:

5:45-6 pm: Welcoming guests with the Greek aperitif
6-6:30 pm:  presentation on Greek wines
6:30-8:30 pm: Greek Dinner time
9 pm: Ending of the party
9:15 pm: Closing Doors


Early Bird Reservation (– 30 till – 20 day advance ): 18,980¥ + service tax
Advanced Reservation ( –19  till – 9 day advance ): 20,980¥ + service tax
Regular Price: ( – 8 Days advance till Event Day ): 22,980¥ + service tax


This is what you get with the entrance fee:

The Full Menu: Amuse, starter, main dish, dessert, coffee, or tea.
The 5 fine wines and speakers.
It does not include a 12% service tax

Do not forget our cheaper Loyalty Packs Tickets

Facebook Check-in: Write your name as “Going” on our Facebook event page and get an additional glass of wine!

3 hours of education, fun, and gourmet time (6 pm-9 pm)

Places are limited therefore reserve as soon as you can.

Our last wine events were fully booked in advance therefore, it is better you reserve your spot quickly!

Coming by yourself is more than welcome.
Bring your friends, and couples, are more than welcome too!
It is possible to get a receipt for business expenses ( on advanced request please )
Feel free to spread the word – forward this to anyone you think might be interested.

** [ from 20 y.o. only;  drink in moderation ]



Start: Feb 17th 2024 at 6:00am

End: Feb 17th 2024 at 9:00pm


Tokyo American Club


2-1-2 Azabudai