Brilliant, pale yellow color. Distinct aroma of citrus fruit. Full balance with flavors of fig and plum. Great balance with a long aromatic finish.
Rich and luscious, with plenty of power behind the quince, green peach and ripe apple flavors. The finish is powered by ripe spice notes, with some creamy hints. Assyrtiko. Drink now through 2015. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. 16,666 cases made.
This modern white starts with aromas of peach, lemon zest and tropical fruit, with a rich and rounded fruit palate. Crisp acidity finishes the wine cleanly. A versatile wine with wide appeal.
The 2010 Santorini, clocking in at 13.5%, is typically a nicely priced, generally available choice on Santorini. This starts ripe up front, with the steel and acidity asserting itself strongly on the finish. As it warms up, it is all about the structure, showing finesse and delicacy, combined with persistence on the finish, as the acidity and lemony nuances assert themselves. It acquires a certain austerity and hard edge, more so than the 2009, I think, at a similar age. Drink now-2017.
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