by Markus Stolz

Greek white wines offer at least as much diversity as their red siblings. While there are many stunning wines available, it seems that none are so terroir driven as the Assyrtikos from Santorini. It is no surprise that these wines are receiving more and more attention from wine critics on a global basis. As with my personal Greek red wine pick posted here last week, my choice for the Greek white wine of 2010 is guided by objective judgement and emotion. It comes from all the wines tasted, but ...

  [gallery] The Gaia 14-18 h takes its name from the fact that it is macerated for fourteen to eighteen hours on the skins. This has always been one of my personal favorite Greek pink wines: It has a medium deep bright pink/violet colour. The nose smells of fresh stawberries, cherries, and apples. ...