A typical Mantinia makes the most of the floral freshness and finesse of the Moschofilero, and this is exactly what you will get in this case. A wonderfully delicate white wine that oozes notes of summer flowers and freshly cut green herbs in the nose, while being refreshing on the palate, with perfectly crisp acidity.
Being a pink grape, Moschofilero has long been a rosé favorite, especially when aiming for delicate-colored, blush-like wines. The proposition becomes even more complete when you take into account its aromatic wealth, which is rich in notes of rose petals and bergamot essence, as well as its refreshing, crisp palate.
The blend of Moschofilero with Roditis has proven very successful through recent years. This is no surprise, as it’s a match that combines floral aromatic qualities with crisp freshness, usually with highly enjoyable results.