Retsina, white wine flavored with pine resin, has been produced in Greece for at least 2000 years. Industrialization, as it so often does, led to a precipitous drop in quality and for most of the 20th century retsina was dismissed as plonk, called out for the use of low quality base wines and off-putting flavors of turpentine. Luckily for us, there are a handful producers working to restore the ancient tipple’s reputation. Kamara Estate’s organic retsina is fresh and racy, and its resinated profile is a great match for garlicky, spicy cuisines of the Mediterranean. Beautiful with cured fish, olives, hummus, and marinated peppers, it also makes a dry and zesty spritz or simple aperitif.