Sigalas Santorini Assyrtiko 2020
Food & Wine Magazine's 2018 Sommelier of the Year - Brent Kroll - Benchmark Bottle: "The wine has this salted pineapple and lemon thing. The Sigalas wines are kind of reductive when they're young, so you should decant them if you have a current vintage, or wait three years - that's when they get really good."
Winery: "Straw blonde colour, with light shades of green and a subtle nose of citrus fruit. Excellent structure with a depth of flavor and an acidity which brings the flavors to the fore and adds freshness, with a lasting after-taste. Has the characteristic mineral taste - typical of the variety and the soil of Santorini - at it's very best. Ageing potential: Over 6 years. Serving Suggestions: Fish and white meat with light sauces. Served at 50 - 52° F."
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