Boutari Moschofilero Mantinia 2006

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A refreshing dry white wine with enticing citrus, floral and melon aromas. Boutari's Moschofilero grapes are grown in...

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Fort Lauderdale, FL (910 mi)
USD 13.99
750ml
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Wine Tasting NotesBrilliant, crystal-clear, white yellow color. A fresh white wine with intense floral and fruity aromas dominated by white rose, m... Read more

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Source: Shop Wine Direct
01/18/2009

Wine Tasting NotesBrilliant, crystal-clear, white yellow color. A fresh white wine with intense floral and fruity aromas dominated by white rose, melon and citrus. A well-balanced fresh wine with intense flavor and a long aromatic finish of orange blossom and grapefruit.


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Winemaker's Notes:

A refreshing dry white wine with enticing citrus, floral and melon aromas. Boutari's Moschofilero grapes are grown in vineyards in the Mantinia region of the Peloponnese, Greece at an altitude of 650 meters. The result is a crisp, fresh, well-balanced wine that complements a wide variety of cuisines.

A refreshing dry white wine with enticing citrus, floral and melon aromas. Boutari's Moschofilero grapes are grown in vineyards in the Mantinia region of the Peloponnese, Greece at an altitude of 650 meters. The result is a crisp, fresh, well-balanced wine that complements a wide variety of cuisines.

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