November 30 2011 issue
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Northern Greece: from Amyndeon to Zitsa David Furer, CWEThe first image most people have of Greece is of its Aegean islands. Many great wines come from these lovely locales, but far more come from the mainland, and particularly from Macedonia, the nation’s largest wine-producing area. This vast region doesn’t excel in any one category of wine, but performs better than average in all. Aside from those made on the island of Santorini, the best whites in Greece come from Macedonia (not to be confused with the Republic of Macedonia, or FYROM). Along...
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