Archive for June 2015

Boutari Moschofilero Featured on Forbes

June 16, 2015

MOSCHOFILERO NV Bottle shotAlthough Greece is still dealing with a very tough economy, their many islands are still producing great wines. Boutari is featured in this latest column on as one of the oldest producers in Greece and for its plentiful Moschofilero production:

“Moschofilero has wide distribution throughout the U.S. through the Boutari winery, which is one of the oldest producers in Greece. It’s grown in the Peloponnese region, which is a peninsula, so wines end up having a floral, salty minerality that is really refreshing on a hot summer day.”

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Boutari to be Featured in 2015 Aspen Food & Wine Classic Seminar with TV Host Leslie Sbrocco

June 9, 2015

santorini-assyrtiko-xwrisBoutari was selected to be showcased at the 2015 Aspen Food & Wine Classic this year in June. Boutari Santorini 2014 will be a featured wine in the seminar ‘Super Summertime Whites’ #703 by TV Personality Leslie Sbrocco on Sunday, June 14 at 10:30AM at the Aspen Art Museum.

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An award-winning author, wine consultant and television host, Leslie Sbrocco is the author of Wine for Women: A Guide to Buying, Pairing and Sharing Wine and The Simple & Savvy Wine Guide. She is currently working on her third book, 100 Days…100 Drinks. As the founder of multimedia company Thirsty Girl LLC, Leslie has also been published in numerous national media outlets. Leslie’s PBS series, Check Please!, has won a James Beard Award, three Taste Awards and three Emmys. She is a featured judge on PBS’s The Winemakers, a regular guest on NBC’s Today and a frequent keynote speaker and judge at international wine events. She was named one of America’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Wine.

Boutari Moschofilero is ‘Wine of the Week’ — STAR TRIBUNE

June 2, 2015

MOSCHOFILERO NV Bottle shot“The Boutari Moschofiliero has always been tasty, but the 2014 might be the large winery’s best effort ever. With a great mix of crispness and roundness, this white gem is packed with citrus and pear flavors, plus a persistent fruit/acid balance that makes it get better and better on the midpalate and finish. Oh, and it’s delicious. Fruits of the sea — octopus, squid, sea bass, tuna — are an optimum pairing. Or just sip it on the patio and find yourself transformed to a sunny Greek isle.”—BILL WARD

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