A tough dilemma, Tannatastic :~}
Whichever you open is going to be at least very good, but if it were me - and depending of course on how many bottles of each you have to enjoy - I’d personally be keeping the two Hatzidakis ones for some while yet. I’m confident thney’re both going to develop into something monumental, especially the Skitali.
I’m prejudiced though, as 1) Hatzidakis is one of my favouritest estates in the whole wide world, and their wines age really well IMO*; and 2) I can only purchase limited quantities and so tend to leave them a while.
I’m personally - other opinions are available - less keen on Argyros wines; not to say I don’t like them, but they’ve never to date quite wowed me like Hatzidakis wines have. That said, I’ve not had an Argyros wine for some time now, so I may well be out-of-touch with their more recent wines.
I’ve had just the one of the 17 Skitali to date, and it was for my tastes sensational and then some; a bit of a beast in the sense it really is a powerful wine. You can sense the longer time on the lees too, I think. Lots of acid and a bit of oily/waxy body, and though I’m certainly no expert, I’m saving the few I’ve got for longer term as I’m sure they’re going to go interesting places.
- My sample size is relatively limited here, so pinch of salt suggested. But even a standard Hatzidakis 2014 which I had a few months ago was still going really well, and had more going on than the bottles I had when they were younger. Kudos Wines have them in stock if you’re interested [along with some Tatsis Xino 2009, which I’m umming & aarghing over. And some Paliokalias 2010 too FWIW].