The ancient Romans didn't invent wine but they certainly made it their own, even assigning a deity to the pleasurable pastime of imbibing the inebriant fruit. Bacchus was the pagan god in charge, he would call to his congregants Vinoque, vinoque! when his cup ran dry. State of the art viticulture and good old fashioned hand picking is followed by a course of traditional vinifications, to achieve a generously proportioned wine that's finely structured and beautifully balanced. Give your Greco a go alongside sardines, cheese melts and moussaka.