Another triumph for Greece
10 Aug 2004 by JR
As we approach the Athens Olympics with more wonder than awe, it seems as though I am not the only one with enthusiasm for modern Greek wines. (See Where is Greek wine today? and   My favourite Greek wines .)   At a thoroughly impartial public taste-off between Greek wines and similar wines from the Rest of the World held in London last month, Greece triumphed decisively. The blind tasting of pairs of wines was held in Vintners’ Hall and adjudicated by David Wrigley MW of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust. It the second such tasting organised by Waitrose Food Illustrated , the magazine published by Britain’s...

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