Greek wines in London – whites

Douloufakis vines under snow on Crete

A companion piece to Jancis's review of Greek reds, published yesterday. This wintry photo shows Douloufakis's vineyards in Dafnes, Crete (courtesy of Douloufakis Wines).

As Jancis explained in the introduction to her article, in order to be able to taste as many wines as possible at this ground-breaking Greek wine tasting in London last month, we shared the very pleasurable task; I focused mostly on the whites.

Like Jancis, I was impressed by the combination of quality, value and distinctiveness in the wines. So much so that there was only one wine which I thought could have been...