Moschofilero

moschofileroMoschofilero, MOH-SKOH-FEE-LEH-ROH, an aromatic white grape, often compared to continental Europe’s Muscat, Moscato, and Pinot Grigio.

Boutari’s Moschofilero is produced in the Mantinia AOC on the Peloponnese peninsula and is vinified and aged in stainless-steel vats in order to retain the grapes natural aromatic character and to preserve its delightful freshness on the nose and in the mouth.

With bright acidity and a balanced alcohol content of roughly 11.3%, Boutari’s Moschofilero is wonderful food-friendly wine and pairs well with traditional Greek seafood and cosmopolitan cuisine alike.


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