From Moropoulos Winery (Mantinia), we received this Moropoulos Mantinia Moschofilero , a white wine that is based on moschofilero grapes. Drinks&Co users evaluate this white wine with 4 out of 5 points.
“TASTING NOTES:View: Color golden yellow.Nose: Aromas of ripe white fruit and hints are flower essences.Mouth: Well structured, slightly mineral acid, long end.APPELLATION: MantiniaVINEYARD: The Moschofilero is a vine that grows almost everything on the plateau of Mantinea in the Peloponnese, in Greece. From its grapes, the family produces Moropoulos Moropoulos Mantinia Moschofilero 2018, Karamolegos vinified in the winery in Santorini. The vineyard area occupies about 12 hectares of which are grown organically. The vines have an average age of about 15 years, whose grapes allow an annual production of about 11,000 bottles.GRAPES: 100% MoschofileroAGEING: The wine aged in oak casks, where it matures is transferred for several months before being bottled and marketed.PREPARATION: The winemaker Lefteris Anagnostou controls all stages of production of Moropoulos Mantinia Moschofilero 2018, from the vineyard to the bottle. After harvesting, traditionally done by hand, the grapes are taken to the warehouse where they are selected, destemmed and subjected to gentle compression. The juice is then separated from the skins, and the pure juice is poured into stainless steel tanks where fermentation occurs at a controlledTEMPERATUR:e.PAIRING: Ideal with pasta with sauce, grilled seafood and oriental dishes.RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 10-12 ° CALCOHOL: 12.5%”