Greece is making some really good wines these days, both red and white. It seems the whites are finding more shelf space in wine stores though. This white, made from the Assyrtiko grape is very good. It is a higher end version and like many lovely whites, I question the need for a "serious" wine instead of just having a more "simple" wine. This wine is fermented in oak barrels for 12 months and then left to age another 12 months in bottle before release. The result is that this wine has more body and complexity but it loses the crispness and freshness that makes Santorini wines so enjo
100% Assyrtiko grapes. Light golden in color. The nose has slight lemons with a bit or herbals notes and minerals. On the palate, these are also present along with some pears. There is a lot of depth here and it seems like it might develop with some air. Enough but not a lot of acidity. Lemony finish. This should work great with sea food or lighter fare. $28 per bottle retail, it is worth trying one to see where it goes. It seems young now and like a couple of years would have some upside.