The Troupis family has a long history of work in agronomy in the Peloponnese dating back to the ‘70s where vines, fruit trees and flowers have been grown and sold from their nursery in Mantinia, central Peloponnese. As with other traditional Greek families who make wine for their own consumption, their efforts in the cultivation of vines naturally grew into the desire to share their passion with others. Today, the Troupis Winery is located in the heart of Mantinia at an altitude of 700 meters in the region of Fteri or “fern.” Moschofilero is their flagship white grape, known for its poignant aromatics of flowers and citrus. This bottling shows notes of jasmine, pomegranate & lemon peel. A delightful aperitif on a hot day!