Light golden in color, clear and bright. The nose is all about minerality with a touch of peach, lemon and char. Medium bodied. Good acidity. On the palate, this is focused (piercing minerality) with good acidity. Long finish. This begs for food; maybe some Hummus and Pita, or some oysters. Drink over the next few years.
If you don't know this grape and/or this producer, you should.
Although summer has passed for this year, my wine of the summer was Assyrtiko from Santorini. There are many different producers and I didn't have a bad one. Very pale silvery gold in color. Light bodied. A slightly oily texture. This has a bit of lemon/lime citrus but its really more about the smoke and minerality. Good acidity. Long finish. This has some depth to it. I have no idea if these can age or not, but the energy and brightness are not likely to last, so I would drink in the next year or two. This will go well with sea food and salads and even lighter fowl dishes.