by Markus Stolz

Sometimes I taste Greek wines that form an immediate bond with me. They don’t have to be stunning or of truly outstanding quality, as long as they show potential. They certainly do not have to be well known. I am well aware that readers are likely more interested in learning about wines that are well distributed, that they can easily purchase and form their own opinion on. However, I believe it is also important to feature wines that are not well known, but look promising. They are often made by small ...