Moschofilero, is mainly grown in the Peloponnese and specifically in the area of Mantineia which presents the most interesting version. Although it is a grayish-pink variety, it is vinified in such way as to produce white wines, with characteristic grayish or orange hues. Characterized by intense floral aromas, with notes of muscat that allude to frankincense, a Turkish and Greek delight, called loukoumi, fresh herbs and white fleshed fruits. It has vibrant aciditiy, aromatic and light mouth sense.
white dry wine
Citrus peach jasmine
Pasta, poultry , Traditional greek foods cooked with olive oil, soft-semi soft cheese, seafood, fish, green salads
Mullet fish filled with onion, tomato & herbs