Domaine Skouras

George Skouras was at the forefront of the Greek wine revival in the 1990s. His French oenology training, progressive ideas, and passion for native Greek grape varieties, helped Greece’s wine movement gain momentum.

In 2004 George moved his operate to a new state-of-the-art winery in Malandreni, just outside the town of Argos in the wine appellation of Nemea in the Peloponnese.

The grapes for the Skouras Moscofilero are grown at c.750 metres altitude in Mantinea, in the region of Arcadia, south west of Nemea. Despite its southerly latitude, Moscofilero is one of the last grapes to be harvested in the whole of Greece; usually in mid-October. Furthermore, winters are cold, wet and snowy in this region. Even in the height of summer, evenings are cool here. Thus, with its singular climate and terroir, Moscofilero retains its vibrant aromas and freshness.

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£14.95

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£161.40 Saving £18.00

Bottle 12 x 75cl48cs

£108.48
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