Here we have another intriguing Greek white made from the moschofilero grape. It's and aromatic, lighter-bodied, unoaked style that shows spicy, citrus, rose florals and whiffs of musksticks on the nose, whilst the palate is dry and zippy, with almost sweet citrus and tropical flavours, bright acidity, and a dry finish. It's only about 11% alcohol, and would go with a range of foods from Asian dishes to light poultry.
Yellow-white colour with tints of green-yellow, a strong varietal aroma of flowers and citrus fruit on the nose and palate, with white rose and orange blossom prevailing. A fresh wine, full and balanced, with a long aftertaste. The Moschofilero Boutari is now synonymous to the Moschofilero variety and has gained international recognition, as one of the most versatile wines that amazes the international cuisines.