- Moschofilero Mantinia 2013
- Greece > Peloponnese
- White, Dry, Light-Bodied, Fruity, Crisp
- Moschofilero loves every piece of the Mediterranean.
- Try arugula-wrapped, grilled watermelon topped with feta and a balsamic reduction.
- Some mezethes
- and a grilled branzino fit the bill too.
Eyes: Pale Yellow
Nose: Medium Intensity, youthful, citrus fruits, mineral, stone fruits
Mouth: Light-Medium Bodied, dry, medium-high acidity, moderate intensity, medium finish, grapefruit, lemon, green apple
- Producing an aromatic white wine that belies its outward color, Moschofilero is an indigenous grape variety with a pronounced reddish-grey skin that has been cultivated in Greece since, well, the Greeks. Tselepos' Moschofilero has roots in their circa 1971 Mantinia vineyard, located 2100 feet up the Arcadian Plateau. Racy and succulent. (You'd be too if you were from there.)
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