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Moschofilero Mantinia

Status: Dry white wine, Protected Designation of Origin Characteristics: Light and clear in color; delicate yet persistent varietal bouquet; a vibrantly fruity palate. Culinary match: Fish and seafood; white meats; pasta served with white sauces. Best served: Thoroughly chilled to 8˚-12˚C (46˚-53˚F). Available in: 750ml bottles, 187.5ml bottles, and 1.5 liter bottles.

 Producer Greek Wine Cellars
 Region Mantineia
 Country Greece
 Varietals Moschofilero
 Alcohol 12% alc/vol

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Greek Wine Cellars

Athens, Attica, Greece Athens, Attica, Greece

Greece has a tradition of centuries of viticulture  and winemaking. Through the course of Greek history, from  antiquity to the present, both vineyard and wine have always been playing a decisive role in its people’s everyday life. The contemporary Greek world of wine  can boast of worthy spokesmen.  Among...

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