Moschofilero. Photo by Wanda Haynes

Wanda Haynes,

Certified Sommelier

Let’s take a virtual trip to Greece and try a different off dry white wine.

Moschofilero is (mow-sko-FEEL-err-oh) a richly aromatic white wine from the region of Mantinia in Peloponnese, Greece.

Moschofilero has a potpourri nose and tastes of almonds, fresh lemon, honeydew, and grapefruit. For a refreshing white wine with medium acidity, versatility, and Mediterranean vibes choose a bottle of moschofilero.

Delicious with salads, fried fish, Greek dishes, and hummus.

A great choice for using in a white sangria or a white wine spritzer.

This wine is affordable and found in import food stores, or specialty shops.

There are many producers of moschofilero and the wine is served in full service Greek restaurants.

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1 Comment

  1. I never knew that wine was made in Greece!
    the pic is pretty I didn’t know marble was blue.
    Guess i learned a lot from the article?
    Does the writer live in Cincy?

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