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Mantinia: Greek Grape Name and Appellation Pronunciation Project

November 12, 2013

In the video below, Boutari Yannis Voyatzis is sitting with Moschofilero vineyards behind him in Mantinia.

How do you pronounce Xinomavro? The Greek Grape Name & Appellation Pronunciation Project

October 18, 2012

Click the YouTube links below to hear Boutari winemakers pronouncing Greek grape names and appellations.

Xinomavro as Spoken by Constantine Boutari.

Agiorgitiko as Spoken by Vasilis Georgiou.

Attikí as spoken by Roxani Matsa.

Malagousia as Spoken by Roxani Matsa.

Mantinia as Spoken by Yannis Voyatzis.

Moschofilero as Spoken by Yannis Voyatzis

Negoska as Spoken by Vasilis Georgiou

Xinomavro as Spoken by Vasilis Georgiou

Mantinia: Greek Grape Name and Appellation Pronunciation Project

February 7, 2012

In the video below, Yannis is sitting with Moschofilero vineyards behind him in Mantinia.

How to pronounce Moschofilero

September 13, 2011

What better way to launch our fall 2011 Greek Grape Name and Appellation Pronunciation Project than Moschofilero, the most widely known Greek grape variety outside of Greece?

And who better to “speak” the grape name than Yannis Voyatzis, Boutari’s chief enologist and the man credited by many for revolutionizing the way the world perceived the food-friendly Moschofilero grape?

And what better place to serve as backdrop than the vineyards of Moschofilero that roll over the high plateau of the Manitinia appellation, where Boutari grows its fruit for its most popular wine?

For all of the videos to date, please click here.

And stay tuned for weekly updates!


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