Mantinia is found in the center of the Peloponnese, the southern peninsula of Greece, where the high-lying plateau is planted with Boutari’s prized Moschofilero vines. Growing sites reaching 600 meters in altitude make for a fresh, aromatic, and dry expression of the Moschofilero grape, a native variety that Boutari has revived and championed since the 1980s when it decided to invest in clonal research and local viticultural traditions. Today, the Moschofilero produced at the Boutari estate in Mantinia is one of the most popular and best-selling wines of Greece — at home and abroad.




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