This is a white wine from Western MAcedonia in Northern Greece. This is a white wine, golden with some green hues in color, clear and bright. The nose has limes, some floral notes and a hint of lychee. Slightly oily in texture. A hint of sweetness. Nice acidity. Spry energy. On the palate, the limes come thru a bit, but also a bit of Honeydew melon. Certainly not the same old, same old. It drinks nicely on its own and would work with lighter foods. Just a guess, but probably best to drink in the next year or two.
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