From: Peloponnese, Greece
Varietal: Roditis and Moschofilero
Tasting Notes: The color is bright white-yellow with green hues. The nose is complex and the wine exudes aromas of fresh flowers, with hints of crushed blossoms and of fruits such as avocado. A relaxed pace and a luxurious texture give flavors of citrus fruit and touches of jasmine and mint. Ιn the aftertaste, the acidity travels across the palate for a clean, extended finish.
Pairing: Go Greek or other Mediterranean! Feta, greek lemon chicken, psari plaki (a greek style baked fish), avgolemono soup, yum. The aromatic complexity of the wine will really play off the bright and briny cuisine.
Argolida Valley in Peloponnesos is a blessed land full of nature's gifts: world-famous for its citrus fruits (oranges, lemons, tangerines), its olive oil and olives, it is now fast becoming synonymous with our wines also. George Skouras, proprietor, oenologist and wine-maker at Domaine Skouras studied oenology at the University of Dijon. He went to work for a number of wineries in France, Italy and Greece before setting up his own in Pyrgela in Argolida Valley 1987.
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