13 Discovery Wines from Greece (Wine Spectator)

Andrea Wyner

Argyros makes a few different bottlings of the local Assyrtiko white grape from the island of Santorini.

Greek wine production goes back more than 4,000 years, yet for many Americans these bottlings are a brand new experience. One of Greece’s treasures is its wealth of indigenous grape varieties, like Assyrtiko and Agiorgitiko. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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