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      All about moschofilero

      Moschofilero wine facts

      A pink-skinned grape variety native to Greece, moschofilero grapes produce delicately aromatic wines. For those seeking a lively and crisp drink, moschofilero wine is a wonderful option. It's reminiscent of white wine varieties like riesling, traminer or viognier. To preserve the lovely accents of this white wine, winemakers rarely use the oak aging technique. Instead, they blend moschofilero grapes with other varietals to create exquisite wines. This grape is often a component of sparkling wines.

      Flavor profile

      Moschofilero white wine has aromas of lychee, honeydew, pink grapefruit and rose petals that blend with lemon flowers. It's light-bodied with tantalizing acidity and a peppery finish. As you sip this aromatic wine, you'll notice bright citrus notes that mingle with melon and pepper. Mantina wines from Greece's Peloponnese region feature moschofilero. These wines have a lovely aromatic character with rich grape flavor and subtle floral hints.

      Food pairings with this white wine

      This fresh-tasting Greek wine works well as a light and refreshing drink for your summer picnics or brunch parties. Its sparkling acidity pairs well with most dishes you'd serve at a high tea gathering, including cucumber sandwiches, fruit and cheese platters or a tomato salad with fresh herbs. For the main course, try creating a food menu that has lightly flavored dishes such as seafood or poultry topped with citrus-infused or light white sauces. This drink also complements Mediterranean dishes, such as falafel and tabbouleh, and is a nice choice if you're planning a Greek-inspired menu.

      White wine connoisseurs love chardonnay for its rich, buttery taste, making it the most popular white wine. However, if you're looking to add more variety to your wine cellar, this Greek wine, with its lovely brightness and sharp acidity, is a fabulous option. It makes for a terrific light summer drink.

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