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The Independent

Published:  23 July, 2008

Also putting his caution for Greek gifts to one side is ANTHONY ROSE. 'For a land steeped in classical lore and viticultural history, it's remarkable how undistinguished [Greece's] wines have been in modern times,' Rose says. Greek wine has been reinventing itself, however, and the likes of 2003 Hatzidakis Santorini (9.99; Adnams) a 'Chablis-like, minerally dry white by arguably Greece's best winemaker'; Samos Nectar (9.70; Adnams;; Tanners); and 2004 Santorini Boutari (5.99; Oddbins) help to keep 'the pine resin strictly bathroom'.