Greeks make an impression
11 Jun 2009 by Richard Hemming
The Turks had considerable coverage of their wines last week, so some would argue it is only fair to give the Greeks a turn now. See below. As Julia has already pointed out here , 'Wine Roads of Northern Greece' isn't the snappiest name for a promotional body, but their presumably deliberate acronym 'WRoNG' is even worse. It being 1 April, I almost didn't go to their tasting for fear of being fooled, but after two hours' examination of their wines, I was very glad I did. The wines were generally of consistently high quality, and while some producers are probably best playing to their strengths (there was only one good rosé,...

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