“Oropedio” meaning “High Plateau” in Greek is a wine underlining the ultimate expression of the indigenous Moschofilero variety. Grown at an altitude of 650m in the region of Mantinia, centre of the Peloponnese, in southern Greece. The grapes are protected by the mountains that surround the “plateau” which allows for the development of their precious aromas. Hand-picking of the grapes and manual sorting upon delivery, preserve the quality of the wine while its short stay in oak barrels gives it its finesse.
Visual: Bright white-yellow color
Aroma: Intensely aromatic with characters such as wild white roses, evening primerose and citrus fruit which bind in harmony with secondary aromas such as grapefruit, honey and chamomile.
Taste: Full bodied, lightly viscous with crispy acidity and a long lingering aromatic finish.
Dishes: Pairs well with fresh salads containing powerful herbs and fruit, salmon, roasted vegetables, summer platters with fresh fish or seafood