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Vinalia x Bosinakis, Moschofilero

Greece, 2021
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Discover the captivating allure of Bosinakis Moschofilero, an exceptional wine that embodies the essence of its Greek heritage. Hailing from the Peloponnese region, where the Moschofilero grape thrives, this wine is a testament to the rich viticultural traditions of Greece. Bosinakis, a revered family-owned winery, has passionately embraced the challenge of showcasing the true potential of Moschofilero in Mantinia. While Moschofilero is often seen as a casual table wine, Bosinakis has elevated it to new heights, revealing its riper and more powerful expression that defies expectations. With its enchanting flavors of soft jasmine, citrus zest, and a touch of sea spray, this Moschofilero is a testament to the winery's unwavering commitment to quality and their dedication to preserving Greece's indigenous grape varieties.



GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Moschofilero (moss-koh-fee-luh-row
REGION: PDO Mantinia, Greece
DRINK IF YOU LIKE: Muscat, Albariño, Pinot Grigio, Assyrtiko, Vermentino
ALCOHOL: 13.5%

If a margarita were a wine, this would be it. Soft jasmine, lemon blossom, and white rose aromas mingle with brighter citrus notes on the palate—lime zest, grapefruit, Meyer lemon. A kiss of sea spray ends the wine on a crisp and salty note. But don’t let its charms fool you – this wine is highly complex and can age for many years. So, if you still have some bottles by autumn, fret not—they’ll have plenty of life ahead.

Anything with feta, spanakopita, tzatziki, Greek salad, olives, oysters, fish, beach time, sand in your toes

Regarded as one of the very finest interpreters of Moschofilero in the whole of Greece, Bosinakis has been a family affair since its inception in 1992. The new generation took over in 2009, when brother-sister team Sotiris and Katerina Bosinakis took the reins of the winery. Katerina runs the business, while Sotiris makes the wines today. Among their contributions was a renewed and passionate focus on quality. Whereas Moschofilero is commonly viewed as an easily quaffable table wine, Bosinakis set out to demonstrate the full potential of their grape variety and terroir in Mantinia. Their riper, more powerful expression of Moschofilero rocked the category. The siblings will also gleefully share a vertical of Moschofilero going back several years, showing that contrary to certain assumptions, Moschofilero has the structure and complexity to age with grace.

Vinalia x Bosinakis, Moschofilero

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