Aromatic, dry, light-body white.
Grape: 80% Mochofilero, 20% Sauvingon Blanc.
Region: Greece> Peloponnese> Nemea.
For over 25 years in the land of Dionysus and his mother Semeli, George Kokotos, a civil engineer by training, has been practicing the age-old art of fine wine production in Koutsi, one of the most celebrated “crus” of Nemea appellation. Two of Greece’s finest grape varieties, Roditis and Moschofilero, are grown in high altitude limestone and clay vineyards. Here the grapes ripen slowly reaching perfect maturation, fully developing the distinctive flavors and aromas of both varieties. Intense and ripe on the nose with distinctive aromas of lemon, melon and rose petals. Dry on the palate, well balanced with crisp acidity medium in body and full of minerality.
Food Pairing: an aperitif or with fish, vegetable dishes, oysters, pasta with seafood, white meats, sushi and sashimi.