Fairly dark straw. Moderately expressive nose with green apple, sweat but nicely integrated oak, scents of sweet spices and minerality. Med+ body, balancing acidity and a long but somewhat oak-dominated finish. Quite young, will probably improve with further cellaring.
Straw-yellow color. Nose with aromas of citrus. Nervous and crisp in the mouth. The palette is dominated by lemon, lime xisma, and green herbs such as jasmine or chives. Sharp acidity and minerality. A sense of mineral in the mouth very characteristic, brings back memories of shiny white pebbles or sand. Long aftertaste.
Offered by the glass at Marc Forgione, NYC. Assuming that the Greek debt crisis is sending decent wine to export market, I keep dipping the toe in (first time at Terroir London) to the treacherous Greek wine lake. This one is interesting--complex white with good acidity. Paired with menu-reading....salivating!
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