Terrific core acidity and other assyrtiko characteristics blended with the best qualities of mace ration and oxidation. Very versatile. — a month ago
Sixth and last bottle of our Greece exploration. Mount Athos region and Cab Sauv/Limnio blend. Terrific wine, delivering exactly what I was missing in the 100% Limnio. Fruit forward, quite tannic and lots of drinking pleasure. Greece has certainly got a spot in my drinking preference. Next step: the higher end wines from Greece! — a month ago
Med+ nose of unripe fruit, citrus, melon, stone.
Dry, clean flavored palate, med+ crisp acidity, med alcohol, med- body, med+ intensity.
Very good wine, predictable, safe but great. Drink now, not suitable for aging. — 2 days ago
A friend who works in a wine shop brought it to go with Morrocan tanjine cooked food. Had it later- pleasantly sweet and orange peel flavor, then tangy, zingy at the end. A brown orange in color and the texture is slightly syrupy. Something saves it from being like cough syrup though. Wonky and worth a try. — 5 days ago
Great wine from Greece for great value, drink it slightly cool en enjoy! — 16 days ago
Nice balance. Good after taste. Not perfect but the 2015 vintage leaves a refreshing bang. I recommend it - at least once. — 3 days ago
My first Greek wine. I love my ouzo still. Don't like mythos beer. Loving Greece and Greek and their anarchist ways. And tarmasalata and skordalia 😋
Light and pale green(ish) 👁️
Whole citrusy (fruit, pith and Peel) with some noted maturity of 🧀 ,olive brine And seasalt. And Some freshly chopped green herbs close by 👃
It screams: I'm complex!
High acidity attack.
Then this assorted citrus variety with the herbs on the side. Many layers of taste come with sweetness and bitterness hints coming and going 👄
Long and pleasent 🎯
This is next level shit.
Paired well with my baby's simple quinoa with added tahini and shug (Yemen chilly sauce).
Plain oysters or grilled fish/seafood would be more appropriate.
Not on the cheap side (119 nis) for my usual white allowance but this is from better territory so good vfm.
More like this please.... — a day ago
Assyrtiko is slowly turning into my favorite white varietal and Assyrtiko from Santorini will soon be my new Chablis...
Nose of pear, honey, lemon curd and a huge mineral note of chalk. The palate is intense with a strong acid backbone along which lemon plays a subtle part. A strong grip, some chalky notes here and there too. The finish is wide and long with this curdy, chalky music that plays for a very long while. Need more of that, now! — 14 days ago