Greece is slowly establishing a name for its table wines, the best of which are made from native grapes. One of the most impressive Greek reds I've yet tasted heads this report, the Palivou Nemea. The Nemea region encompasses a wide, deep valley located in the northern Peloponnesian Peninsula near the ancient city of Corinth.
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