Nōtios white Gaia Wines 2014 (Peloponnese, Greece)

Peloponesse, the southernmost peninsula of Greece brings us a coupage of two totally indigenous and historical varieties: Moschofilero (Μοσχοφίλερο) and Rhoditis. The first provides aromatic power and the second brings the necessary acidity for a Mediterranean wine.

Very pale straw yellow color with a silver meniscus and greenish reflections. A nose with herbal notes and an inmature white bone fruits hints. After aerating the glass, menthol and mineral notes reach a medium intensity. Mouth light, fruity and controlled freshness. Citrus and mineral touches before a final short of 12% vol.

Its price of 7'7o euros is a blessing from the gods for Nemea Winery. A wine to benefit the god Dionysus as Euripides did in his work << the Bacchae >>. A white wine for a bacchanal or to pair a Greek salad, feta cheese patties, Greek beans or a tzatzíki.

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