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Nasiakos Mantinia is a light well-balanced wine with strong aromas and an underlying nectarine fruit character. Light mandarin orange flavors lends to the citric aftertaste that lingers and gives this wine ...
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Ode Panos Rose is a small production sparkling wine made from a blend of 80% Moschofilero & 20% Agiorgitiko. Made in the Charmat method like Ode Panos, the rose sparkling is floral and fruity with crisp ...
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What was once A non-vintage white sparkling wine made solely from the Moschofilero grape, has now qualified for PDO Mantinia and will now be a vintage product. The sparkling wine is produced according to ...
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A Topikos Oinos Peloponnese wine. The wine is made within EU guidelines for organic farming. It is a Bordeaux style wine made from a blend of Agiorgitiko (40%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%) and Merlot (30%). ...
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Color: A brilliant, crystal-clear, white yellow color with green tints. Nose: A fresh white wine with intense floral (white rose) and fruity (melon and citrus trees) aromas. Palate: A well-balanced refreshing ...
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Enjoy this wine from Peloponnesos Mantinia produced by Nasiakos and is a Greek Still Wine 2015 vintage that is 750ml.
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The cultivation of the Troupis’ family’s privately-owned vineyards with a low yield in mind along with modern methods of white wine-making highlight the full potential of the Moschofilero variety ...
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Made from a blend of 60% Moschofilero and 40% Agiorgitiko, this dry yet aromatic rose has aromas of rose petals typical to Moschofilero and bright red fruit notes of Agiorgitiko. Serve well chilled with ...
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An Appellation of Origin Mantinia dry white wine produced solely from the Moschofilero grape. The vines are grown at an altitude of 650 meters. The free run must is then placed in stainless steel vats where ...
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Produced from Moschofilero grown in vineyards at Zevgolatio in the Mantinia region, at an altitude of 650m.Slow fermentation at a steady temperature of 17-18°C.This wine has a yellow-green colour, ...
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