This highly aromatic grape with floral overtones (roses), crisp and lean profile, can be very similar to a cross between Muscat and Sylvaner (Alsatian area). It's also not very different from a Pinot Gris (Moschofilero’s skin is pink), but it is more aromatic and mineral. The varietal produces white as well as rose wines.
This a great representative of the Moschofilero grape. This dry white highlights the grape and the region known for its floral gardens. The aroma ...View full details
This blend of Moschofilero and Roditis is simply refreshing. Drink on its own or with a simple salad or cheese tray. GREAT Wine for the VALUE! T...View full details