I really liked this Greek white, which is a varietal Moschofilero, from grapes grown at 650 m altitude, made by Semeli winery in the Mantinia region. It has personality and character, but it’s also really well made.
Semeli Nassiakos 2013 Mantinia, Greece
12.5% alcohol. Really stylish, exotic dry white with fresh melon and pear fruit nose. Lovely texture on the palate, showing grapes, lychee, rose petals and a slight saltiness. So fresh and pure, and yet with an exotic side, too. 91/100 (£9.50 The Wine Society)