One of the common Greek whites reaching the states is Moschofilero — we chose Skourous for its classic traits and prime vineyards on the sandy soils of Peloponnese. Moschofilero (MOHS-koh-FEE-leh-roh) is just as fun to drink as it is to say three times fast. A blast of tropical papaya, melon, and pineapple with plenty of floral aromatics are followed by a bracing and zesty palate. Pair this with pan-seared sea scallops with fresh fava beans and you'll be as crazy about this wine as we are. Don't forget how to pronounce it — you'll need to know when bragging to friends.