Monday, August 23, 2010
Author: Brian Freedman - WineChateau.com | at : 10:08 AM | Category : Greece |
The other week, I wrote about a Greek Viognier I absolutely loved. That particular wine was tasted for an article I wrote about the next generation of Greek wines for John Mariani's Virtual Gourmet. As summer draws to an end, and as the time is coming to start diving into more complex wines than we typically consume during the summer's heat, Greek wines are absolutely perfect for this transitional season. They may not be terribly familiar to most people, but they are more than worth learning about: Their range of flavor and aroma profiles, unfamiliar grape varieties, and stellar food-pairability make them excellent wines right now.