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Magazine Archives: Dec. 31, 2006

Greece at the Crossroads

Crisp white wines offer distinctive flavors, while reds are less exciting
Kim Marcus
Issue: December 31, 2006


At their best, the table wines of Greece offer lively, fruit-driven flavors that pair well with the inviting cuisine of their native land. The most interesting so far are well-structured white wines based on native grapes such as Moschofilero, which offers crunchy apple, peach and mineral elements that are reminiscent of fine Riesling.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands January 11, 2007.

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