An Appellation of Origin Mantinia dry white wine produced solely from the Moschofilero grape.
The vines are grown at an altitude of 650 meters. The free run must is then placed in stainless steel vats where it
ferments for approximately twenty days. Bottling takes place seventy-five days after the end of fermentation.
The wine is greenish yellow in color with a delicate floral bouquet. It is youthful and dry with citrus flavors and
medium acidity that cleanses the palate. Overall, it is a balanced wine with a pleasant medium length finish.
A dry rose wine made exclusively from the Moschofilero grape.
The wine is a pale red color with a full floral bouquet. It is dry with complex ripe fruit flavors
and a medium finish. Serve slightly chilled.
The steep, mountainous vineyards in Mantinia allow Moschofilero to ripe slowly and, thus,
develop its individuality and aromatic character to the full. Grapes are selected for their health and ripeness.
Then, they are destemmed and pneumatically pressed. Free run juice as well as pressings up to the 1,0 bar are
retained, which after careful static clarification, contribute to the roundness and rich texture of this superb
"MANTINIA". Pale yellow with silver-grey hints. Explosive, floral rose petal aroma dominating while the elegant
fermentation flavors of apple and banana add to the complexity. Perfectly balance and showing a hint of CO2 on
the palate, Orino is a modern different approach to A.O.C. MANTINIA.
A Topikos Oinos Peloponnese wine. The wine is made within EU guidelines for organic farming.
It is a Bordeaux style wine made from a blend of Agiorgitiko (40%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%) and Merlot (30%).
After fermentation, the wines are barrel aged for fifteen months and bottle aged for twelve months.
After maturation, the wines are blended, filtered and bottled. It is full-bodied and dry with vanilla and
spicy flavors. It is moderately tannic, high in alcohol, round and balanced with pronounced blackberry flavors.
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