Lafazanis White Peloponnese 2005

External Review by Astor Wines & Spirits:

Lafazanis is a small winery in the northern Peloponnese that estate-bottles all of its wines. This white is made mostly from Greece's indigenous Roditis grape, with the remainder (15%) from Moschoudi, a white variety related to Muscat. Dry and fragrant, with floral aromas of pear and quince and a nice minerality on the finish, this is a natural with seafood.

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Region: Greece » Peloponnese

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  • 2005

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Winery: Lafazanis
Color: White
Variety: Roditis
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External Reviews for Lafazanis White Peloponnese

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/11/2007

Lafazanis is a small winery in the northern Peloponnese that estate-bottles all of its wines. This white is made mostly from Greece's indigenous Roditis grape, with the remainder (15%) from Moschoudi, a white variety related to Muscat. Dry and fragrant, with floral aromas of pear and quince and a nice minerality on the finish, this is a natural with seafood.




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