A lovely expression of the Assyrtiko grape, ever so slightly spritzy in the glass, with mouthwatering acidity
The Domaine Skouras was established in 1986. Over the years, it has created a disciplined, innovative and serious wine-producing presence. The company owns two wineries in the Peloponnese, in the well-known region of Nemea. Owner George Skouras studied wine making in Dijon, before returning and dedicating himself to exploring the potential of the famed Agiorgitiko grape.
Tasting Note: Super pale in the glass, this is fermented in stainless steel for four months on the lees, with no malolactic, or oak treatment. It's a lovely expression of the grape, ever so slightly spritzy in the glass, with mouthwatering acidity, citrus and green apple fruit, minerality and a lick of sea salt. Would be delicious with a seafood risotto.
Critics: Jancis Robinson 16.5/20, Decanter 91/100 (2019)