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Bosinakis Mantinia PDO Moschofilero Magnum

Siblings Katerina and Sotiris Bosinakis have only been bottling their PDO Mantinia since 2009. The winery is located in the appellation of Mantinia in the Peloponnese, home to the Moschofilero grape. The vineyards sit at 700m. Moschofilero is fermented at 13-15oC to retain its unique aromatics. Pale straw in colour with a greyish tint. Gorgeous hints of orange blossom and citrus peel, the palate has flecks of rose petals and smoke but it's very subtle and finishes bone dry. Bring on the smoked fish and barbequed fish and chicken.
As low as £43.00

Type: Dry White
Varietal Composition: 100% Moschofilero
Region: PDO Mantinia, Peloponnese
Vinification:Typical white wine vinification techniques. Stainless steel fermentation.

Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

Bosinakis, Mantinia, Peloponnese

Bosinakis Winery first started operating in 1992 but siblings Katerina and Sotiris Bosinaki have only been bottling their own-label wines in 2009, when they decided to try and show the full potential of the Moschofilero grape. The winery is situated in Steno village and the vineyards sit at 700m, where the high-altitude and clay-rich soils are perfect for Moschofilero, providing it with the right balance for its light body and the fine edge of its aromas. The Bosinakis family have made a name for themselves by concentrating their knowledge and efforts solely on Moschofilero and specializing in small lots of outstanding single vineyard wines.

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