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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.

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