This is a blend of 50% Sauvignon Blanc and 50% Plyto. Light gold in color with green swirls. The nose is interesting with a Sweet-Tart candy quality with green and orange flavors. On the palate, the notes become more identifiable as citrus with lemon and lime. Dry with good acidity. It is full bodied with a lovely texture. This drinks bigger than the sum of its parts and has a nice finish. Works well on its own but would would well with lighter foods. It retails for $25 which seems fairly priced both for the uniqueness and the quality. Nice looking packaging.
This is an interesting wine. 100% Roditis. It retails for $9 which makes it a nice value especially when looking for something different. Pale silvery green in color. The nose has some peaches and limes which is interesting with nice minerality. On the palate, more about minerality, slight saline and some citrus. Easy drinking but enough acidity to work with food. The salinity also makes it great for shell fish. This wine is fresh and should probably be drunk in the first couple of years.