Greek Revival

A modernizing wine industry lights the way in this ancient land
From the Nov 15, 2014, issue

Greek vintners are showing growing dexterity in fashioning high quality wines from their cornucopia of native grapes. The whites from the Aegean island of Santorini lead the pack, but outstanding bottlings also hail from the Peloponnesian peninsula and the northern vineyard districts near Thessaloniki. In between are many fascinating sites that produce flavorful wines. Wine Spectator's Kim Marcus explains.

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