Type: Organic, White, PDO Mantinia
Varietal Composition: Moschofilero
Region: Mantinia, Peloponnese
Vinification Techniques: Typical white wine vinification techniques. Stainless steel fermentation.
Analytical Data: Alcohol: 12% vol., Total acidity: 6.15g/l., Residual sugar: 0.71g/l., pH: 3.02
Tasting characteristics: The complex Moschofilero grape calls attention to its elegant and more distinctive dimensions in Domaine Spiropoulos’s Mantinia
wine. Produced exclusively from selected organically grown grapes from the family-owned vineyards in the upland region of Mantinia. With roses, lemon-blossom and bergamot aromas which peak on the palate, and slightly acidy and refreshing flavour.
Domain Spiropoulos has two wineries – one near the ancient oracle of Mantinia and one in Nemea. Mantinia Winery is located in the heart of Arcadia, in the ‘Polyampelos Mantinia’ at an altitude of 627 meters covers an area of 90 acres, just a few hundred yards from the walls, market, and theatre of the ancient city. At this vineyard, varieties such as Moshofilero, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are cultivated. The Nemea vineyards occupy an area of 110 stremmata (approx. 30 acres) on which the ‘Agiorgitiko’ variety is cultivated at an altitude ranging from 385 to 406 meters.