This refreshing rosé blend from Drama offers complexity with a clean character. The delicate aromas of strawberry and lemon are echoed on the palate, where zingy, fresh acidity and pronounced minerality keep the wine light and fun. An impressive rosé at a good price.
This open and welcoming blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon and Assyrtiko starts off with pear and apple scents that glide easily into plump stone-fruit flavors. A bit of white-peppery spice kicks it up a notch on the finish.
Starts off straightforward enough, with scents of green apple, pear and citrus. Flavors are harder to describe, echoing the aromas but adding a note of vegetable oil. Medium-weight, and finishes with tart, lemon-lime flavors.
A blend of Cabernet, Merlot and Limnio, this is a young wine with nice fruit but it’s lacking in complexity. Grapey on the nose, with grass, spice and hints of coffee emerging, the palate is soft with dusty tannins. A mineral, chalky feel coats the mouth, and the grapey flavors backed by blueberry pie don’t diminish it.
Although the oak in this wine has settled, it still coats the mouth with a smooth film. Grape, clay and barnyard aromas lead the way, with more barnyard and berry fruit flavors following. Drink up.
This Sauvignon Blanc from Greece is in step with the general Greek white wine style: refreshing, clean and approachable. A nose with some tropical fruit, lemon zest and a touch of fresh grass unfolds into flavors of fresh citrus and spice. Simply good and a definite Asian food and seafood cohort.
This sophisticated Sauvignon Blanc sets itself apart with its rich nose of nuts, vanilla and flowers, followed by pretty flavors of spice and white flowers and fruit. Acidity balances the fruit. A fuller-bodied style that can handle richer seafood dishes.
Fresh lemon and banana aromas lead this curvy white from Greece. Pineapple and citrus flavors are balanced by a touch of spice. Overall the wine is a commercial, friendly-style Chardonnay for fans of easy-drinking whites.