Known locally as Machkov Podrum, this winery changed its name at the behest of our portfolio director so that it would be easier to pronounce for the American market. Thus was born Agrina. This winery specializes in village wines; that’s to say, unpretentious, easy-to-drink, food-friendly wines that are meant to be served fresh and drunk in no small quantity. Their Portugieser is comparable to Cru Beaujolais in style. The grapes are harvested in August before being vinified in stainless steel and bottled for sale in November.