With 13% alcohol, this red comes from Greek Santorini. It cost about $16 and scored 16+ points on the Dionysian 20-point scale. The 2016 Atlantis is made with two Greek grapes dating back for centuries; 90% Mandilaria and 10% Mavrotragano.
At four years old, it was an easy, fruity drink, but could age for another five to ten years.
I’ve enjoyed a lot of Greek red wines, mostly between five and 10 years old. They do age nicely, and show red fruits like this one. I plan to cellar another case of this wine for future drinking. In Vino Veritas,