The winemakers intend this as a refined Retsina: they took the edge off the pine nose to tame it down. Now smells a bit like a Viognier (peaches and apricots) matured in a pine barrel. Full-bodied on the palate, tasting of peach preserves with lemon and more pine flavour. Pair with a Greek salad with plenty of fresh oregano and a good baguette. Also would be a good palate-cleansing accompaniment to an olive oil tasting. Drink now.