(2015) Vidiano is a white wine variety which Karavitakis helped to re-discover or re-introduce into modern quality wine on Crete, made by combining late- and early-picked fruit. Extremely aromatic on the nose, with a Torrontes or Muscat-like lift and perfume, nettles, herbs and a whole florist's shop of bouquet. On the palate it does not disappoint: the flavours are tamer than the aromas, but it has personality, herb-laced dry fruit, pithy citrus acidity and length. Fascinating and different. £9.95, The Wine Society.