Greek whites and Assyrtiko specifically are fate becoming some of my favorite summer white wines. At $17, this is fairly priced and drinking well right now. Light silvery gold in color. The nose is creamy vanilla with some lemons. Also plenty of smokiness. It is a big nose and while I presume this saw no oak, it sure has some of those characteristics. From volcanic soil? Stems? More to learn. On the palate, this has nice lemon notes with some charred lemon peel. Lots of energy. Good acidity. More about the minerality on the palate though. Drink now to enjoy that energy. It will go well with sea food and salads or on its own.
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